Q. 74.6( 5 Votes )
For at least how long the Indian citizen who has advocated in Supreme Court can be appointed a Judge in Supreme Court?
The person must have advocated in the high court for 10 years to be appointed as the judge of the Supreme Court. Other criteria of eligibility include he/she should be a judge of one high court or more (continuously), for at least five years, ora distinguished jurist, in the opinion of the President.
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