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associate justices, chief justice, legislature, judges, president

The Liberian judicial system is largely modeled after that of the United States. The People’s Supreme Court consists of a chief justice and five associate justices. Subordinate courts are established by the legislature, and all judges are appointed by the president for life terms.



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