Who appoints federal judges to office for the U.S.?

Answer Most federal judges are appointed by the President of the United States and must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate before they can take office. They tend to serve for life, but can be removed by Cong... Read More »

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Are oaths of office for federal judges public record?

Oaths of office for all federal judges are public record. The swearing-in of federal judges on the district, circuit and Supreme Court levels are included within the official records of the proceed... Read More »

Who appoints county court judges?

According to the Social Science Research Network's article "Professionals or Politicians: The Uncertain Empirical Case for an Elected Rather Than Appointed Judiciary," the residents of the state el... Read More »

Who appoints county court judges in Colorado?

The governor of Colorado appoints county court judges. A judicial nominating commission in the county where a vacancy occurs submits the names of nominees to the governor for his review.Source:Colo... Read More »

Who appoints Federal Reserve board members?

The Federal Reserve board of governors are appointed by the president of the United States and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Each member of the seven-person board serves a 14-year term and earned a... Read More »