Supreme Court are for life; meaning that any judge elected is to be that judge throughout his or her lifetime. The reason for lifetime appointments is so that the official will hopefully remain nonprejudicial and independent of his or her decisions. The only one who can over-rule a Supreme
Court decision is the president.
Our state and local governments mirror the three branches of government in the following ways: a state elects a governor that is responsible for the state as a president does the United
States. Each state has a section they belong to that makes up the Federal Court in each jurisdiction. The individual