Supreme Justices are nominated by the Senate.Then, the President appoints the justices. Therefore,the executive branch appoints supreme court justices
The president appoints them when there is a opening.
The Supreme Court Justices are appointed by The President & confirmed by The Senate.
The President appoints the Supreme Court Judges with the "advice and consent" (majority vote) of the Senate.
The executive branch of the government, the President of the United States, appoints Supreme Court Justices and ambassadors. Supreme Court Justices appointed by the president must be approved by Congress in order to take office.
The President appoints, the Senate confirms.
The President appoints Supreme court justices because that is one of his duties as specified in the US Constitution.
The President appoints new supreme court justices.
the president appoints them and the congress questions them
No. The Executive Branch appoints US Supreme Court justices with the approval of the Senate.
The President nominates US Supreme Court justices; they are appointed if approved by a simple majority vote of the Senate.
The President appoints Justices (they aren't called judges, if you wish to be precise) for the Supreme Court.
The Executive Branch appoints the Justices but the Legislative Branch approves the appointments.
The Federal Courts.
The President of the United States appoints district court judges, but they must be approved by the US Senate. The president also appoints the justices of the Supreme Court and the appeals court judges.
there are about how mean justices on the Supreme Court.
The President. Remember, the President appoints the Supreme Court Justices. Also, the President is part of the Executive Branch of the Government, and supervises the Judicial Branch of the Government (in which the Supreme Court is a part of, thus subsequently the Court Justices are a part of it as well).
No one directly appoints Supreme Court Justices. The president nominates candidates, and the senate accepts or rejects the nominees. So the president indirectly appoints justices, pending senate approval.
The U.S. President appoints his cabinet and Supreme Court justices if any positions are vacated.
The President of the United States.