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How are supreme court justices chosen?

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The President decides on person who would be a suitable Supreme Court justice, then nominates that person to be a justice. Before that person can become a justice, the Senate must confirm that the nominee is qualified , in the opinion of the Senators, to be a justice. If the Senate votes to confirm the nominee, the nominee becomes a justice. If the Senate does not confirm the nominee, the person does not become part of the court.

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