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A tight U.S. Senate calendar between now and year’s end could complicate the chances of locally based U.S. Magistrate Judge Gordon Gallagher or other candidates filling federal district judge ...
Throughout history, fifteen federal judges have been impeached due to alleged wrongdoing. One exception to the lifetime appointment is for magistrate judges, which are selected by district judges and serve a specified term. District Courts. The district courts are the general trial courts of the federal court system.
President Joe Biden has picked a 35-year-old federal prosecutor in Alexandria and a former Norfolk federal law clerk to fill a judicial vacancy in the Eastern District of Virginia.
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Judge Salary . A judge's salary varies based on the area of expertise, level of experience, education, certifications, and other factors. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the salary ranges differ depending on the type of judge. Generally, the highest paying judgeships are those within the federal court system.
Either the same day or the day after a defendant is arrested and charged, they are brought before a magistrate judge for an initial hearing on the case. At that time, the defendant learns more about his rights and the charges against him, arrangements are made for him to have an attorney, and the judge decides if the defendant will be held in ...