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Current U.S. Supreme Court Justices - US Government - About.com
Current Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court. ... Current (2014) salary for the Chief Justice is $255,500 per year, while the Associate Justices each make $244,400 ...
Supreme Court Justices – Senate Confirmation Process
Supreme Court Justices: The Two-Step Senate Confirmation Process.
Supreme Court Justice Nomination and Confirmation - US Politics
Selecting, nominating and confirming a Supreme Court Justice is a multi-step process. The President nominates and the Senate confirms Supreme Court ...
How a US Supreme Court Nominee is Chosen and ... - US Politics
It is common for an administration to keep a partial list of potential Supreme Court Justices ready for a vacancy. Oftentimes presidential aides will also make ...
Who Selects the Supreme Court Justices? - American History
Answer: It is a two-step process to become a Supreme Court justice. The president nominates an individual to the Supreme Court when an opening occurs .
Elena Kagan – Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court
Aug 5, 2010 ... On August 5, 2010, Kagan was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as the 112th Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Replacing retired ...
How Many U.S. Supreme Court Justices Are There?
Currently,there are nine Supreme Court justices on the United States Supreme Court.The number of justices is set by Congress and has varied from five to 10.
Who Selects Supreme Court Justices? - Find Out ... - Civil Liberties
Answer: New Supreme Court justices are nominated by the President of the United States, and must also be approved by the U.S. Senate. The power to appoint ...
A Brief History of the US Supreme Court - US Government - About.com
The 1789 Act called for the Supreme Court to consist of a Chief Justice and only five Associate Justices, and for the Court to meet, or "sit" in the Nation's Capital.
Supreme Court - US Supreme Court Basics - American History
The head of the Supreme Court is called the Chief Justice . Justices are chosen by the president and confirmed by the Senate. They serve for life unless they ...
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