Which of the following statements regarding the solicitor general is incorrect?

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    The solicitor general is appointed by a majority of the Supreme Court.
     The solicitor general is sometimes called the "tenth justice."
     The Supreme Court will mostly take a case when petitioned by the solicitor general.
asked Aug 3, 2012 in Political Science by anonymous
    

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The solicitor general is appointed by a majority of the Supreme Court.
answered Aug 5, 2012 by Trex ~Top Expert~ (5,675 points)

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