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Elena Kagan - Appointed by president Obama.

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Q: What is an example of the presidential appointment of supreme court justices?
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How does Justices reach the court through?

Justices reach the Supreme Court through appointment by the President with Senate approval

Does the President approve US Supreme Court justices?

Not exactly. The President nominates US Supreme Court justices, but the Senate must approve their appointment.

Who approves the appointment supreme court justices?

The US president appoints the justice and the US Senate approves the appointment.

What are some appointment made by the president?

Type your answer here... his cabinet, supreme court justices

What best describes presidential nominations of justices to the Supreme Court?

Politicized process.

What do the articles of the Constitution explicitly outline?

The process by which congressional representatives are allocated to states

Which US supreme court judges were recess appointments?

There are no current Supreme Court justices who were recess appointments. However, President George Washington appointed John Rutledge as Chief Justice in a recess appointment; his appointment was later rejected by the Senate. President Eisenhower also made three recess appointments to the Supreme Court, all of whom were later confirmed by the Senate.

There are justices on the supreme courthow mean justices on the supreme court are there?

there are about how mean justices on the Supreme Court.

What is the length of time that a supreme court justice can serve?

An appointment to the United States Supreme Court is for life; however, justices can be impeached for bad behavior, just as any other government official can be. In the case of the Supreme Court, this hasn't happened. Justices sometimes retire, but are more likely to die in office than retire. Some states have fixed terms for Supreme Court justices; for example, California.

Does the electoral college select the US Supreme Court justices?

No. The electoral college casts the official ballots in a Presidential election. US Supreme Court justices are not elected; they are appointed by the President and must be approved by the Senate.

Can a Supreme Court justice be born out of the US?

No, a person must be a United States citizen at the time of their appointment to the Supreme Court. The Constitution requires that federal judges, including Supreme Court justices, be "nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate." Being born outside of the United States would disqualify someone from being eligible for appointment to the Supreme Court.

What is a example of a legislative check on the Supreme Court?

Approving the choice of justices