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How are federal judges selected?

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How are federal judges selected?

Federal Judge Selection

Federal judges reach their position differently than in state and local governments. Federal judges also serve different terms after appointment than in other jurisdictions.

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As stated in the Constitution, Supreme Court justices, court of appeals judges, and district court judges are nominated by the President of the United...

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AEPA: The Federal Judicial System
AEPA: The Federal Judicial System

from Political Science 102: American Government

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