anonymous
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Which of the following is true about the Supreme Court justices? (5 points) The Chief Justice serves for life, and the associate justices have set terms. The Chief Justice and associate justices serve for life or until resignation. The Congress has decreased the size of the Supreme Court over time. The Congress can remove a justice with the president's consent.
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anonymous
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Only the second. All Federal judges serve indefinite terms, limited only by Congress' power to impeach and remove them. Congress has never decrease the size of the Supreme Court, but it has increased it. The President's consent is not necessary to impeach a Federal judge or Supreme Court justice -- Congress has that sole power.

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