The President appoints Justices (they aren't called judges, if you wish to be precise) for the Supreme Court.
The President nominates judges for the Supreme Court, and Congress then votes to ratify those nominations.
The president chooses the judges, and then the Senate must then approve them.
The President (executive branch) nominates supreme court judges. The Senate (part of the legislative branch) confirms them.
The president (executive branch) nominates judges to the Supreme Court. If the Congress approves the nomination, the nominee becomes a member of the Supreme Court. So, the Supreme Court depends on the executive for its members.
nominates Supreme Court justices and federal judges veto (novenet)
No, the Supreme Court is separate from all other courts. The president nominates judges to federal courts and Congress approves them.
does supreme court nomintates the president
Article II of the United States Constitution gives the power to appoint Federal Judges, including the Supreme Court, to the Executive Branch. The president appoints them.
the president. :) (i think)
There are 7 judges in the supreme Court
Judges of the US Supreme Court are known as Justices.
who elect judges in the ohio supreme court
There are seven judges in the supreme court in Colorado !
There are seven judges on the Florida Supreme Court.
In INDIA, the President appoints the supreme court judges
9 judges make up the supreme court
In the United States, the President (also called Chief Executive, but not typically chief of state) nominates federal Supreme Court justices, but they must be approved by a simple majority (51%) vote of the Senate. States within the United States and other countries may have different processes for nominating supreme court or high court judges.
In the United States, the President nominates and the Senate approves (confirms).
The US President, who is head of the Executive branch, nominates (chooses) justices of the Supreme Court. They must then be approved by the Senate (Legislative branch).
There are nine associate judges on the Supreme Court in 1789