Who are the 9 Supreme Court Justices and who appointed them?

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United States Supreme Court Justices

JusticeDate of BirthAppointed by
Samuel A. Alito, Jr.4/1/1950 Age: 70 yr 8 moGeorge W. Bush
Sonia Sotomayor6/25/1954 Age: 66 yr 5 moBarack Obama
Elena Kagan4/28/1960 Age: 60 yr 7 moBarack Obama
Neil McGill Gorsuch8/29/1967 Age: 53 yr 3 moDonald John Trump

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In short, who appointed the Supreme Court justices?

the President of the United States

Aside from that, who appoints Supreme Court justices in Pakistan? President

Having said that, who is the youngest Supreme Court justice?

Barrett, 48, is below the median age of for a Supreme Court justice at confirmation, and is the youngest Supreme Court justice confirmed since Clarence Thomas was sworn in at 43 in 1991, according to USAFacts.

Who was the first female Supreme Court justice?

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor

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Can a Supreme Court justice be removed?

The Constitution states that Justices "shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour." This means that the Justices hold office as long as they choose and can only be removed from office by impeachment. ... The only Justice to be impeached was Associate Justice Samuel Chase in 1805.

What is the highest court in the United States?

The Supreme Court of the United States

How much does a US Supreme Court justice make?

Associate justices on the Supreme Court make $255,300, while the Chief Justice, currently John Roberts, makes $267,000. These salaries usually increase by $2,000-$3,000 each year. A seat on the court comes with some desirable benefits.

What is the salary of Chief Justice of Pakistan?

There shall be paid to the Chief Justice of Pakistan a salary of Rs. [9,900] 842 per mensem, and to every other Judge of the Supreme Court a salary of Rs. [9,500] 843 per mensem 844[or such higher salary as the President may, from time to time, determine] 844.

What is the old name of Supreme Court of Pakistan?

The ratification of the Constitution of Pakistan reestablished the Supreme Court in 1956, replacing the name "Federal Court" to "Supreme Court", initially had its seat in Karachi where the Sindh High Court exists now.

Who was first judge of Supreme Court?

H. J. Kania

What is the power of Supreme Court judge?

Per this Article, subject to the provisions of any law made by parliament or any rules made under Article 145, the supreme court shall have power to review any judgment pronounced or order made by it.Supreme court can nullify any decision of parliament and government on the basis of violation of basic features.

How many days a year does a Supreme Court justice work?

At present, the SC has 193 working days annually, high courts 210 days and trial courts 245 days a year.

Who has been in the Supreme Court the longest?

Bush, Justice Clarence Thomas is the longest-serving member currently sitting on the bench. Even before Ginsburg's death, Thomas was the longest-serving member with a tenure of 28 years, 332 days, having been confirmed on October 15th, 1991.

Who are the 3 female Supreme Court justices?

The first four women who served on the Court. From left to right: Justices Sandra Day O'Connor (ret.), Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and Elena Kagan.

How do you address a female Supreme Court justice?

Judges of the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court are addressed as My Lord, or My Lady, or Your Lordship, or Your Ladyship, depending on the grammatical context. Masters and registrars of the Supreme Court are addressed as Your Honour. Provincial Court judges are also called Your Honour.

What president appointed the most Supreme Court justices?

George Washington holds the record for most Supreme Court nominations, with 14 nominations (12 of which were confirmed). Making the second-most nominations were Franklin D. Roosevelt and John Tyler, with nine each (all nine of Roosevelt's were confirmed, while only one of Tyler's was).