CRJS315 DB3

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Explain the selection process for service on the U.S. Supreme Court, and offer four specific recommendations to make the process less political. In this assignment, please list specific examples and recommendations

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CRJS400-DB3NameClassDateProfessorCRJS400-DB3 The U.S Supreme Court was established in Article III of the United States Constitution. When establishing the judicial branch it was decided that the power of the judiciary would be the responsibility of the Supreme Court and through the Judiciary Act of 1789 a Supreme Court consisting of a Chief Justice and five other court justices would be established (Rutkus, 2005). The President is responsible for nominating, based on the Appointment Clause established in Article II of the constitution, the Supreme Court justices and then the Senate approves the Presidents choices. In current society the Supreme Court consist of one chief justice and eight court justices and based on the Constitution can fulfill this role for their lifetime or until they retire from the bench. Because the members of the Supreme Court are nominated by the executive branch and require the approval of the legislative branch, the process is political and not judicial. One recommendation would be to have the current Supreme Court appointees to nominate individuals in the judiciary that would be best qualified for the appointment and t

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