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Q: Selecting judges according to the Missouri plan means judges are nominated then?
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What branch nominated judges?

judicial branch


What are four methods that the states use to appoint state judges?

Depending on the state, judges may be elected, appointed, nominated and confirmed by the legislator or nominated by the state bar.


What are four methods that state used to appoint state judges?

Depending on the state, judges may be elected, appointed, nominated and confirmed by the legislator or nominated by the state bar.


How are judges chosen today in the US?

There are three main ways of selecting state court judges in the United States. The first is by direct election. The second is by democratic appointment. The third is by the Missouri Plan. There is alos a fourth way, called a hybrid, which is a combination of democratic appointment and the Missouri Plan.


How do state judges obtain their seats?

They are elected.


How are federal judges trained?

There are no training schools for US federal judges. They are considered to be fully qualified to take the bench at the time they are nominated for federal judgeship, or they would not be nominated in the first place.


The missouri plan combines the twin goals of what?

The Missouri Plan combined a selection of qualified judges and popular sovereignty. The Missouri Plan is a method of choosing judges that is adopted by the state.


How are federal judges nominated?

Most federal judes are nominated by the president and his political and legal aides especially the attorney general.But are approved by majority vote.


Does the Judicial Branch of government elect Federal judges?

The Judicial Branch doesn't elect federal judges. Article III (constitutional) court judges are nominated by the President and approved by the Senate.


How do judges obtain their job?

In the United States the judges are nominated by the President with the "advice and consent" of the Senate. The Senate votes upon the President's nomination for approval or rejection.


What is an advantage in selecting judges by the merit system?

a nonpartisan commission that reviews the qualifications of applicants for judicial office


The first merit selection process for choosing judges was developed in 1949 in what state?

Missouri