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What branch of government nominates members of the federal judiciary?

The Executive Branch. More specifically, the President


What government influenced the American democracy?

The main focus our founding fathers had when establishing the United States government was that no 1 person or group gained to much power. So, they divided the government into three branches: Legislative branch (make laws), Executive branch (to enforce laws), and Judicial branch (determine whether or not laws are broken). The system of checks and balances was created. This gave each branch of government some powers over the other two. Ex: The president (executive branch) can appoint officials yet the appointment must first be passed by the legislative branch. Each branch has multiple cheks over th others. The branches "checking" each other helps keep the United States government "balanced". That was the idea that influenced th founding of American govern ment.


How is the Judicial branch organized?

through judges


The president may remove justices and all other federal judges with the approval of the House of Representatives?

The United States president is constitutionally forbidden from tampering with the judiciary through removals. Congress has the sole authority to affirm justice appoints, and remove them (in addition the president and civil servants themselves) through the articles of impeachment.


Why was prohibition difficult to enforce?

It was impossible to enforce. Criminal elements took over the industry, which lead to violence and corruption. Politicians, judges and local law enforcement were easily corrupted and tended to thwart the efforts of federal law enforcement officials. Many Americans did not believe in prohibition and/or the temperance movement.It was impossible to enforce. Criminal element took over the industry, which lead to violence and corruption. Politicians, judges and local law enforcement were easily corrupted and tended to thwart the efforts of federal law enforcement officials. Many Americans did not believe in prohibition and/or the temperance movement.It was impossible to enforce. Criminal elements took over the industry, which lead to violence and corruption. Politicians, judges and local law enforcement were easily corrupted and tended to thwart the efforts of federal law enforcement officials. Many Americans did not believe in prohibition and/or the temperance movement.becaus people started to bootleg the alcohol so therefore even tho it was bkanned people were still finding a way to get it

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What is the senate check on appointments of federal judges?

The Senate has no check on the appointments of federal judges.


What is the Senate's check appointment of federal Judges?

The Senate has no check on the appointments of federal judges.


Is the appointment of federal judges ever politicized?

yes


What is the senates check on appointments on federal judges?

it approves their appointment


Which government officials receive appointment for life?

Federal Judges


What part of the legislative branch checks the judicial branch by approving the appointment of federal judges?

The legislative branch that approves Federal Judges is the Senate.


Senate committee with jurisdiction over the appointment of federal judges?

judiciary


What is a recent trend in the appointment of new federal judges and justices?

Recently, judges and justices appointed on a federal level have prior judicial experience. This has not always been the case.


How often are new federal judges selected?

Article III (constitutional) federal court judges receive a lifetime appointment, so there is no particular schedule for selecting these judges. The President makes a nomination whenever there is a vacancy on one of the federal courts.


What part of the legislative branch checks the judicial branch by approving the appointment of the judges?

The legislative branch that approves Federal Judges is the Senate.


What is the term of US Chief Justice?

This is a life-time appointment as is the case for all federal judges.


Why do you think federal judges for life?

It is so they won’t be influenced by political parties.