Judicial Aspects of the American Court System


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Judicial Aspects of the American Court System
This essay will explore judicial aspects of the American court system. In particular, judicial activism, judicial self restraint and judicial restoration will be examined closely. The intent is to foster a better understanding of the United States court system as it pertains to judges and the history of American law. Supreme Court justices are appointed for life, and so who becomes a Supreme Court judge is important to know about.
President Barak Obama has already appointed two Supreme Court judges: capable women who seem to fit the bill as self restraint oriented judiciaries who may nonetheless play the judicial activist card in the name of progressive causes. Obama is no doubt interested in...
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