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around 200,000 a year

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How many justices are on the supreme court?

Nine Justices Nine Justices make up the current Supreme Court: one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. There have been 103 Associate Justices in the Court's history.


Would you rather be the President a Senator a Representative or a Supreme Court Justice?

I would have been and supreme court justice, not a president because it can be all hard work that's in your hands. I don't know what a senator is, but I would be supreme court justice because you get to speak out your mind and don't need to hear what people have to say and make your decision of what's right!


How many justices or judges make up the supreme court?

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.


How can a state court avoid review of a case by the US Supreme Court?

The only state courts eligible to have cases reviewed by the US Supreme Court are the state supreme courts or court of appeals immediately under the state supreme court (if that court declines review), because a case must exhaust all appellate options before any party can petition the US Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari. State supreme courts can avoid having their cases reviewed by never accepting a case that involves questions of federal or constitutional law. Barring that, they could pay careful attention to case law and not make a ruling in conflict with an established precedent. Barring that, they can only hope whoever loses the state supreme court appeal doesn't petition the US Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari or, if they do, hope that the case isn't sufficiently compelling that it attracts four of the Justices' interest.


Who represents the judicial branch?

The Judicial Branch consists of the Article III courts and their judges or justices:US District CourtsUS Court of International TradeUS Court of Appeals Circuit CourtsSupreme Court of the United StatesThe Supreme Court is head of the Judicial Branch, but does not make up the entire branch, as some people believe.

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What is an Associate Justice on the US Supreme Court?

Associate Justice is the formal title for any US Supreme Court justice who is not the Chief Justice. There are eight Associate Justices and one Chief Justice on the Supreme Court.


In what state are supreme court justices appointed by the Governor?

Many states have a provision that allows the Governor to nominate or appoint a state supreme court justice, or to make a short-term appointment that is later approved or rejected by voters.


Which part of the government according to the constitution is made up of justice who make sure that laws are followed?

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Who is appointed by the US Supreme Court?

No one. Supreme Court justice don't make political appointments; that authority falls to the President, with the approval of the Senate.


How many justices are on the supreme court?

Nine Justices Nine Justices make up the current Supreme Court: one Chief Justice and eight Associate Justices. There have been 103 Associate Justices in the Court's history.


What references does chief justice earl warren make to support the supreme court?

Laws & ruling.


Would you rather be the President a Senator a Representative or a Supreme Court Justice?

I would have been and supreme court justice, not a president because it can be all hard work that's in your hands. I don't know what a senator is, but I would be supreme court justice because you get to speak out your mind and don't need to hear what people have to say and make your decision of what's right!


Who administers the presidential oath?

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court performs this function at planned inauguration ceremonies. If the president dies and the vice-president has to be sworn unexpectedly, the oath may be administered by anyone legally able to administer an oath- such as a judge, or even a Justice of the Peace.


What historic US Supreme Court nomination did President Reagan make in 1981?

President Reagan nominated the first woman, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, to the US Supreme Court in 1981. Justice O'Connor retired in January 2006.


What references does Chief Justice Earl Warren make support the Supreme Court's opinion?

Laws & ruling.


What is the most important appointment a us president can make in his career?

a justice of the Supreme Court mainly the Chief Justice though it must be confirmed by the senate