In 38 states, high court judges face some sort of reelection which could cause biased decision-making, particularly when ruling on criminal acts. Because of this, it could be detrimental to a case if a judge is elected – as opposed to being appointed – considering that judges who must answer to voters are more likely to issue harsher sentences.
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