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Once Supreme Court justices are appointed they serve for life and may not be removed from their position.
Once Supreme Court justices are appointed they serve for life and may not be removed from their position. FALSE.
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Once Supreme Court justices are appointed they serve for life and may not be removed from their position. FALSE.
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