Question 121 pts

Asked 1 year ago
Viewed 726250 times
1
Which statement accurately describes how the Senate and the president influence the U.S. judiciary?
Group of answer choices

The Senate selects federal judges, while the president decides which join the Supreme Court.

The Senate selects judges for federal courts, while the president selects them for state courts.

The president nominates federal judges, while the Senate approves the nominations.

The president determines the number of federal judges, while Congress appoints the judges.

1 Answer

2

Answer:

what 5 points

Explanation:

Edit
avatar
Cynthia Walsh
15.5k 3 10 26
answered 1 year ago