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Senatorial Courtesy

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The practice of senatorial courtesy is used

A

by presidents, to nominate judges who have been recommended by their state's Senator(s)

B

by presidents, to nominate judges who have been recommended by the Senate floor

C

by presidents, to nominate judges who are former members of the Senate

D

by the Senate, to allow Congressmen to question judges before they are nominated by the president

E

by the Senate, to recommend judges to the President