Judicial Disappointment Analysis

The judicial branch encompasses the judges and justices of the state and federal courts. First, we will examine the nomination and appointment process and how it differs from Supreme Court Justices. Then, we’ll analyze how the selection judges and justices and length of terms differ between Supreme Court Justices and members of Congress. Lastly, we’ll take a look at ways that Judges and Justice may be removed from office. Overall, the constitution lays out the framework for a complicated justice system, which differs greatly from the other branches of government. First, let’s discuss the nomination and appointment process of judges and justices. The nomination process for judges and justices start with the President. When a vacancy opens up …show more content…
The most common form of removal is by resignation. This normally takes place when a judge meets the requirements to retire. The second and a very uncommon form is impeachment. When a judge is acting out of character or not in good behavior congress may impeach the judge or justice as a form of checks and balances. Lenz and Holman (2013) stated, “Only one Justice (Samuel Chase in 1805) has been impeached by the House and he was acquitted by the Senate” (p. 112). Lastly, the other form of removal with is also uncommon is death. Overall, though judicial branch members have life terms the system of checks and balances is able to maintain their integrity.

The judicial branch encompasses the system of courts employed by justices and judges. First, we analyzed the selection and appointment process for judges and justices. Then, we examined the differences between the selection of judicial and congress members as well as their term lengths. Lastly, we discussed how judges and justices can be removed from service. Overall, the constitution lays out the framework for a complicated justice system, which differs greatly from the other branches of

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