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Judges (at the federal level) are appointed for life, rather than elected.

Prompt: We have touched on the idea that judges (at the federal level) are appointed for life, rather than elected.

Many people think this system is necessary because the work of judges should not be influenced by politics.

Judges are expected to decide cases based on the law, not what voters might think of the decision. To stay impartial, the court system must be independent from political influence.

Do you think this is the correct system to pick judges? Should we elect them instead, why or why not? What advantages and disadvantages would come from this.

(Feel free to find outside resources arguing here, but cite them if you use them!!!)Without elections can we still hold judges accountable? How? Is this enough? (The last paragraph of the reading will help here a lot!!!)

Judges (at the federal level) are appointed for life, rather than elected.

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