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it grants justices lifetime terms so other leaders cannot easily strip them of their power

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The power of judicial review allows the Supreme Court to:
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it requires justices to be appointed rather than elected

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nope
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Thxs bra
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Yes for apex
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Correct (2022)

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It does not set official qualifications for justices. -apex

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It requires justices to be appointed rather than elected

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It grants justices lifetime terms so other leaders cannot easily strip them of their power. -Apex

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The constitution makes it a separate branch.

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