[Solution]The Judiciary

Chapter 9 – The Judiciary   4. Judges in Texas are elected and must therefore run for re-election. Federal judges are appointed by the President…

Chapter 9 – The Judiciary
 
4. Judges in Texas are elected and must therefore run for re-election. Federal judges are appointed by the President of the United States (with the approval of the United States Senate) and then they serve for life or until they retire. They are not elected and therefore do not have to ever run for election. Which system do you think is better (judges elected OR judges appointed) and fully explain why you think the way you do.
 
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5. During the Covid-19 Pandemic there has been one person in Dallas County whose name has come to the attention of many – Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins. Many have asked the question “why does this person have so much power?” Fantastic question – let’s answer it! I realize many of you are not in Dallas County, Texas, but all Texas counties are applicable to this question and we are studying Texas Government. Research Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and the Commissioners Court. What is the Commissioners Court, who is Clay Jenkins, is a County Judge elected or appointed, what are the powers of the County Judge?
 
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6. Explain the differences between civil cases and criminal cases and make sure to include at least one example of each kind of case in your explanation.
 
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