How to Remove a Federal Judge (English, England and United States of America, Yale Law Journal)

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To which legal systems is the resource relevant? United States of America
Which topics does the resource address? judiciary, federal court, impeachment, impeachment of judge, good behavior, judicial independence, judicial misconduct, Constitution of the United States of America, Thomas Jefferson, Article I, Article II, Article III, judicial branch, United States Congress, United States House of Representatives, United States Senate, civil Officers of the United States, Constitutional Convention of 1787, executive branch, President of the United States of America, high crimes and misdemeanors, original meaning, tenure, life tenure, etymology, Edward Coke, Act of Settlement, monarchy, colonialism, Gerald Aylmer, King Charles I, King Charles II, John Walter, John Archer, An Act Declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject and Settling the Succession of the Crown, Bill of Rights, English Bill of Rights, English Bill of Rights, 1689, English Declaration of Rights, 1689, English Declaration of Rights, bill of rights, declaration of rights, Harcourt v. Fox, Jeremy Bentham, William Blackstone, Ex parte Ramshay, writ of scire facias, scire facias, Judiciary Act of 1789, Declaration of Independence, Parliament of the United Kingdom, Dudley Ryder, William Murray, George Clinton, James de Lancey, John Adams, William Brattle, Thomas Paine, Gouverneur Morris, House of Lords, House of Lords of the United Kingdom, House of Commons, House of Commons of the United Kingdom, Continental Congress, Alexander Hamilton, Federalist Papers, James Madison, Crimes Act, Crimes Act of 1790, John Pickering, Samuel Chase, Marbury v. Madison, Judiciary Act of 1801, Necessary and Proper Clause, necessary and proper, forfeiture
In which languages is the resource available? English
Title of the analysis, commentary, report, or study How to Remove a Federal Judge
Author Saikrishna Prakash, Steven D. Smith
Editor
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Volume 116
Issue 1
Publisher
First page 71
Last page 137
Date
Year of publication 2006 CE
URL https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/ylj/vol116/iss1/2/, https://digitalcommons.law.yale.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=5053&context=ylj
Does this resource include a glossary, dictionary, or similar reference material? no
Was this resource published in law review or similar academic or professional journal? yes
Is this resource freely available online? yes
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Saikrishna Prakash +  and Steven D. Smith +
United States of America +
judiciary +, federal court +, impeachment +, impeachment of judge +, good behavior +, judicial independence +, judicial misconduct +, Constitution of the United States of America +, Thomas Jefferson +, Article I +, Article II +, Article III +, judicial branch +, United States Congress +, United States House of Representatives +, United States Senate +, civil Officers of the United States +, Constitutional Convention of 1787 +, executive branch +, President of the United States of America +, high crimes and misdemeanors +, original meaning +, life tenure +, etymology +, Edward Coke +, Act of Settlement +, monarchy +, colonialism +, Gerald Aylmer +, King Charles I +, King Charles II +, John Walter +, John Archer +, An Act Declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject and Settling the Succession of the Crown +, Bill of Rights +, English Bill of Rights +, English Bill of Rights, 1689 +, English Declaration of Rights, 1689 +, English Declaration of Rights +, bill of rights +, declaration of rights +, Harcourt v. Fox +, Jeremy Bentham +, William Blackstone +, Ex parte Ramshay +, writ of scire facias +, scire facias +, Judiciary Act of 1789 +, Declaration of Independence +, Parliament of the United Kingdom +, Dudley Ryder +, William Murray +, George Clinton +, James de Lancey +, John Adams +, William Brattle +, Thomas Paine +, Gouverneur Morris +, House of Lords +, House of Lords of the United Kingdom +, House of Commons +, House of Commons of the United Kingdom +, Continental Congress +, Alexander Hamilton +, Federalist Papers +, James Madison +, Crimes Act +, Crimes Act of 1790 +, John Pickering +, Samuel Chase +, Marbury v. Madison +, Judiciary Act of 1801 +, Necessary and Proper Clause +, necessary and proper +, forfeiture +  and tenure +
Yale Law School Legal Scholarship Repository +