Português: Ministro do Supremo Tribunal Federal; Juiz do Supremo Tribunal Federal
Justice: — used as a title for a judge (such as a judge of the U.S. Supreme Court) [Merriam-Webster]
The US Supreme Court is made up of nine Justices who are nominated by the President and confirmed by the Senate. [O Supremo Tribunal Federal Americano é composto de nove Juízes (Ministros) que são indicados pelo Presidente e confirmados pelo Senado.]
- Wade case that legalized abortion, owns a bound copy of the U.S. Supreme Court decision signed by all nine justices who were on the court.
- Our Federal judiciary is conservative and becoming more so. On the U.S. Supreme Court, seven of the nine justices were appointed by Republican Presidents.