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Which statement best describes the relationship between judges and other branches of government? A. The executive and legislative branches install judges, but cannot punish them for their rulings. B. The executive and legislative branches cannot give judges their jobs, but can take them away. C. The executive and legislative branches are able to remove judges for any reason. D. The executive and legislative branches do not interact with the judicial branch.

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Amanda Johnson on October 23, 2018

The answer to this question is A. The executive and legislative branches of install judges, but may not punish them for their failures. The members of the judicial branch shall be elected by the president and must be confirmed by the Senate. You can technically fire the judge, but they need a viable reason that is not related to their failures.


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