Article III. - Section. 1. -- Second American Constitution
The judicial Power of the United States shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour, and shall, at stated Times, receive for their Services a Compensation, which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office.
Article 3. - Section. 1. -- Items 1 through 3 of the Third American Constitution
The Judicial Power of the "Direct Democracy Republic Of The United States Of America", shall be vested in one "Supreme Court", subject to the consent and over rule of the "Grand Jury Of The American People" and the "Peers Of America" the special branch of the "Volunteer House Of The American People, with its "Sea to Sea National Support and Voter Network" and in such special scrutiny and evaluation courts as the Three Houses Of American Direct Democracy Governance, may advise, ordain and establish.
The "Peers Of America" are selected Citizen Volunteers, that have studied law, justice systems and a course on "Moral Judgment Considerations". It is hoped that enough Citizens, across the nation, will undergo this special training and education, so that acceptable duty requirements will enable the "Peer" to return to their normal daily Life schedule after three trials at the Federal Level and Three Trials at the State Level. After this service the specially educated "Peer" will be on the standby roster for one year at which time they will be replaced by a new specially educated "Volunteer Peer".
The intention of Item 1, is to be a functional daily Justice expression of the Direct Democracy Principle that states that the more educated and trained minds that address a problem, the more Fair the solution will be.
Some of the "Peers Of America", being in acceptance of the responsibility, will go on to two years service in the "Grand Jury Of The American People". This additional assignment will be a selection decision of the "Supreme Court Of The Direct Democracy Republic Of The United States Of America", and the "Grand Jury Of The American People".
The intention of the suggestion in "Item Two" is to insure adequate Citizen participation in the judicial process, without adding to the already heavy deliberation, discussion and decision vote roster of national and state legislative caseloads that requires servicing every day and night. The key, to the trustworthiness of this approach to Our judicial system, is the special education undergone to acquire the best skills of this service.
The Judges, both of the Supreme and "Special Scrutiny Courts", shall hold their Offices during "good behavior", and shall, at the end of their terms, receive for their Services a generous additional Compensation, which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office and be awarded at the end of their judicial service.
"Good Behavior" in this context would include high intelligence, wisdom and dedication of self to this critical national calling, that functions under Direct Democracy Principles Of Service To The Many.