Supreme Court Chief Justices
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Asked by: jim_321-ga
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29 Jul 2005 20:26 PDT
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in the United States, it is possible to appoint Chief Justices for the Supreme Court from either within the existing court, or as a new appointee. In which other Democratic countries is this possible in either supreme courts of appeal or constitutional courts? Also, are there other cases where the Chief Justice would keep that post for his or her entire term?
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Re: Supreme Court Chief Justices
From: billmurf-ga on 29 Jul 2005 22:42 PDT
the Chief Justice can be appointed from within the court or from outside the court. additionally, there is no requirement that any appointment to the Supreme Court have a legal background (just a little extra info). as for other countries, i don't know.
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