No, the state supreme courts only interpret policy for legislation or the constitution specific to the state over which it presides. The state supreme court is the final arbiter on those issues. On questions of Federal and constitutional law, the Supreme Court of the United States holds more authority.
Federal judges on the US Supreme Court are called justices.
No. The Executive Branch appoints US Supreme Court justices with the approval of the Senate.
The Supreme Court consists of nine judges, called justices. There is a Chief Justice and eight other justices that were each initially nominated by the President in office at the time a new justice was needed. The United States Senate, after investigating the nominee's qualifications, approves or rejects the President's nomination.
The Claims Court is a part of the judiciary system.Nine justices serve in the Supreme Court.There are 12 courts of appeal in the judiciary system.Federal judges are voted to the Supreme Court by a national election.Federal judges on the Supreme Court serve for life.
Because then people know right away the difference. Justices=Supreme Court. Judges=Normal Courts acting under the Supreme Court.
Federal (US) Supreme Court judges are called "justices." The Supreme Court of the United States has one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices, for a total of nine justices. State supreme court vary in the number of judges seated on their highest appellate court, and are also inconsistent with titles. Some states call them "judges," while others refer to them as "justices."
Close. The US Supreme Court seats one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. All US Supreme Court judges are referred to as "justices."
They are the Judges that serve on the Michigan Supreme Court, the highest Court in Michigan. There are seven Justices.
The President appoints Justices (they aren't called judges, if you wish to be precise) for the Supreme Court.
Judges on the Supreme Court are known as justices.
There are many different supreme courts - one of the US and one for each of the States. They have different numbers of judges, depending on the Constitution of each state. There are eight judges on the US Supreme Court (Nine seats for judges).
Higher level...the supreme court judges are "justices" other judges are just "judges"
Nine of them.
The United States Supreme Court consists of nine justices. The justices are appointed by the president and remain justices for life. The Supreme Court is part of the judicial branch of the U.S. government.
There are nine (9) justices on the US Supreme Court.