- n. Plural form of justice.
“How hypocritical to accuse Sotomayer of creating law when the express objectives of certain justices is to undo past supreme court rulings.”
“LEGAL ANALYST: You know what they call justices who are confirmed by a narrow margin?”
“They want them to know that if they don't rule the way these extremists want them to, in accordance with their agenda, they will launch a campaign to remove these justices from the bench.”
“What we've learned about values and the Constitution from the recent justices is that showing videos of animals being tortured is freedom of speech, that large corporations should be allowed to contribute as much money as they want to political candidates, and so on.”
“The point of having the president get to appoint Supreme Court justices is just another way of checking/balancing things.”
“The problem w/the current crop of SCOTUS justices is that while some may be in the mainstream of legal thought, none are in the mainstream of personal political thought.”
“The Constitution assigns only limited powers to the federal government; the Supreme Court judges cases under the Constitution; and the appointment of Supreme Court justices is subject to confirmation by the Senate.”
“Senate confirmation of Supreme Court justices is a key check, as Chris Travers notes.”
“The issue for the justices is not the lower court decisions finding a constitutional violation, but whether Congress 'subsequent attempt to save the cross was lawful.”
“The most interesting aspect about some of the Supreme Court justices is that when the novelty of the appointment wears off, the judges tend to get more liberal, e.g.,”
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