Article III court
- A court established based on Article III of the U.S. Constitution, where judges serve for life and are safeguarded against any salary reductions
- An Article III court has distinct features including protection of judges' compensation and permanency of their appointments.
- She was appointed as a judge in an Article III court, ensuring her a lifelong term.
- The accused's case is being moved to an Article III court where the judge's decisions are known to be unbiased due to longevity of tenure and secure salaries.