United States Court

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Judges of United States Courts of Appeals and District Courts are appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate. Permanent tenure of office, except that of Judges in the Territories (except Puerto Rico) are appointed for terms of ten years. No constitutional age limit. They are removable only by impeachment by the House of Representatives and trial and conviction of a two-thirds vote of, the U.S. Senate.

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