1. What does the judicial appointments commission do?
- To appoint a jury
- To select judges
- To appoint magistrates
- To select possible MPs
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2. Which of these is a judicial qualification requirement for a law lord?
- 7 year general qualification
- 10 year high court qualification or existing high court judge position
- 15 years in supreme court or holding existing judicial office
- 20 years in Parliament and 5 years practising in courts
3. What is a puisne judge?
- A high court judge
- A crown court judge
- A magistrate
4. What is seperation of powers?
- The idea of the three powers of the state: the good, the bad and the ugly
- The idea of the three powers of the state: legislative, executive and judicial
- The idea of the three powers of the state: parliament, the monarch and the prime minister
- The idea of the three powers of the state: literal, broad and purposive
5. Security of tenure is ''when a judge is appointed, they cannot be dismissed except for misconduct''.