Which of the following BEST describes how a federal judge could be removed from his/her position? A. If a federal judge commits a crime, he/she must first go through regular court proceedings, and if they are found guilty, they are ousted from office. B. If the president does not agree with a decision on a case, he may remove the judge from office immediately. C. If a judge commits any high crimes or misdemeanors, Congress may remove the judge by impeaching him/her. D. If a majority in Congress disagrees with a judge’s decision, they may vote to impeach him/her.

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