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Who is the impeachment process handled by?

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2011-03-28 16:43:26
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a legislature body handles the impeachment process

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the General Assembly starts the impeachment process


The Senate acts as the jury in the impeachment process. The House of Representatives must vote on articles of impeachment first.


The role that the senate has in the impeachment process is sole power to try-to judge, sit as a court-in impeachment cases.


The Sole Power Of the whole Impeachment.


There are many steps that go into the impeachment process. The very first step is deciding to have an impeachment.



The process is commonly called impeachment, but actually impeachment is only the first step.


Do you mean 'impeachment'? Impeachment is the process in which an elected official is accused of engaging in a crime.



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the senate acts as the jury and tries any impeachment cases


In the House of Representatives.


The House of Representatives begins the impeachment process by accusing the official. However, the trial is carried out by the US Senate.


The process is impeachment by the House of Representatives followed by a trial and conviction by the US Senate. People often think of impeachment as being the entire process.



Impeachment process is started by Congress & official is tried by the Senate.


When the people want to remove an undesirable politician from their office, the process to do so is called impeachment.


Congress conducts the entire impeachment process. The House of Representatives votes on whether to impeach and the Senate conducts the trial.


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The impeachment process begins in the House of Representatives. Unlike the House, the Senate has only the power to try etc


Yes, the impeachment process is laid down in Article II of the US constitution in Section 4.


The maximum punishment in an impeachment trial is removal from office. Impeachment is a political process; a finding of guilt carries no legal penalties.



In federal government, the Articles of Impeachment are voted on by the House of Representatives. If they are passed, the Senate then conducts the trial.


Impeachment is only the start of what can be a lengthy process that may or may not lead to an official's removal from office. Impeachment is not a crime, it is a process.



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