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EOC Survivor Season 4 The Three Branches of Government
Question 1 Name the 3 Constitutional requirements to be President. (35, 14 year residency, and a natural born citizen)
Question 2 What federal courts have only appellate jurisdiction? (The Courts of Appeals)
Question 3 What is a precedent? (A case others are based upon; a model)
Question 4 How many seats are there in the House of Representatives? (435)
Question 5 How do federal judges and justices get their jobs? (Appointed by the President, approved by the Senate)
Question 6 How many electoral votes does it take to become President? (270)
Question 7 What article of the Constitution established the judicial branch? (3)
Question 8 Define judicial review. (When the courts declare laws and actions unconstitutional)
Question 9 What is the opinion of the losing side in a Supreme Court case called? (Dissenting opinion)
Question 10 How many Supreme Court Justices are there? (9)
Question 11 How long do federal judges serve? (For life)
Question 12 What is the only court established by the Constitution? (U.S. Supreme Court)
Question 13 What is a formal accusation of wrongdoing called? (Impeachment)
Question 14 What are the 4 ways a federal judge or justice can lose their job? (Die, Retire, Resign or Be Impeached)
Question 15 What is original jurisdiction? (The authority to hear a case first)
Question 16 What is the President’s annual speech to Congress called? (The State of the Union Address)
Question 17 What is the leader of the lower house of Congress called? (Speaker of the House)
Question 18 What is a civil case? (Case that involves a dispute between two or more parties)
Question 19 In which Congressional District is Currituck County located? (The 3 rd )
Question 20 What is a criminal case? (Case where laws have been broken)
Question 21 How many women are on the Supreme Court? (3)
Question 22 How can Congress check judicial review? (Begin a Constitutional Amendment)
Question 23 What branch was established by Article 2 of the Constitution? (The Executive Branch)
Question 24 What case legalized abortion? (Roe v. Wade)
Question 25 What federal courts have original jurisdiction over most cases? (Federal District Courts)
Question 26 What case overturned Plessy v. Ferguson? (Brown v. Topeka BOE)
Question 27 In which house must all tax or appropriation bills begin? (The House of Representatives)
Question 28 How many electoral votes does N.C. have? (15)
Question 29 What case established that students do not shed rights at school? (Tinker v. Des Moines)
Question 30 What Article of the Constitution established the legislative branch? (Article I)
Question 31 Which house has the power to approve the President’s treaties & appointments? (The Senate)
Question 32 What branch sets the number of justices on the Supreme Court and their salaries? (Congress or legislative branch)
Question 33 What case established the right to an attorney? (Gideon v. Wainwright)
Question 34 About how many cases does the Supreme Court hear each session? (200)
Question 35 What case established the reading of your rights? (Miranda v. Arizona)
Question 36 What word means that the President refuses to sign a bill into law? (Veto)
Question 37 What branch interprets laws? (Judicial branch)
Question 38 What case established judicial review? (Marbury v. Madison)
Question 39 Who guards the President and his family for life? (The Secret Service)
Question 40 What case established interstate commerce is under federal control. (Gibbons v. Ogden)
Question 41 Who is the current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court? (John Roberts)
Question 42 Where is the nearest federal courthouse? (Elizabeth City)
Question 43 How many members are there in the US Senate? (100)
Question 44 In what building does Congress meet? (The Capitol Building)
Question 45 Who chooses the party’s Vice Presidential candidate? (The party’s Presidential Candidate)
EOC Survivor Season 1 Chapters 1-8. Question 1 What amendment prevents excessive bail and fines? (8 th Amendment)
The Judicial Branch Chapter 12 Civics – Mr. Blough.
United States Government Risk. What is the main responsibility of the Executive Branch?? Enforce the law.
Know the qualifications and terms of each of the following Legislative, executive, judicial.
Separation of Powers Overview of all three branches.
BellRinger Under the Articles of Confederation, we had one branch of government, the legislative branch. Why didn’t one branch of government work?
Legislative Branch House of Representatives House of Representatives (435 members) (435 members) (makes the laws) (makes the laws) 1. Representatives.
The United States Supreme Court. The decisions of the Supreme Court have wide- ranging effects because the Justices interpret the meaning of the Constitution.
The Three Branches of the United States Government.
The Senate serves as a jury to impeach the President. They ratify treaties made with other nations. The Senate also approves and rejects.
Judicial Branch. The Judicial Branch interprets laws and determines if they are constitutional. Main job – serve as the final court of appeals. Made up.
Separation of Powers. Legislative Branch House of Representatives ( 435 members) Serves 2-year term Must be 25 years old and been a citizen for 7 years.
Legislative Branch- Article I Congress Makes Laws.
How the Federal Government Works: The Judicial Branch 8.28 Describe the significance of the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights, and the Mayflower.
THE JUDICIAL BRANCH The Federal Court System established in Article III established in Article III.
3. Separation of Powers Legislative Executive Judicial.
1) Congress 2) The Department of Justice does not have a Secretary as the head of the department. 3) Speaker of the House 4) Two or Bicameral Legislature.
1 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 2 THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT * Legislative * Executive * Judicial.
Article 1: The Legislative Branch Article 2: The Executive Branch Article 3: The Judicial Branch.
Foundations of United States Citizenship Lesson 5, Chapter 61 U.S. National Government.
Unit 2 National Government Topic 1: Three Branches Topic 2: Checks and Balances Topic 3: Bill to Law.
Separation of Powers When the powers of the U.S. government is divided among the three branches of government. The writers of the Constitution included.
UNITED STATES Levels and Jurisdiction 3 Levels of the Court system Supreme Court Courts of Appeal District Courts Original Jurisdiction Court in.
Separation of Powers Three Branches of Government.
Judicial Branch. Article Three of the Constitution.
Branches of Government Checks and Balances in Action.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
The Judicial Branch Article III. * The highest court in the land is called the U.S. Supreme Court * The Congress has the constitutional power to create.
The Judicial Branch Target: I can explain the 2 types of federal courts, how judges are selected, and what their power entails.
Starter Define the following terms: 1. Popular sovereignty 2. Limited government 3. Separation of powers 4. Checks and balances 5. federalism.
Legislative Branch Article 1 Main Job: to make laws Executive Branch Article 2 Main Job: to enforce laws Judicial Branch Article 3 Main Job: To interpret.
CHAPTER 9 The Constitution. The Constitution establishes balanced national government by dividing authority among three independent branches – executive,
The Three Branches of Government Chap. 3, Sec. 2 Legislative Branch Who: Congress House & Senate Power: Makes laws Executive Branch Who: President directs.
Judicial Branch Interpret the Laws Uphold the Constitution Judicial Review- the power of the Supreme Court to review laws and acts and declare them unconstitutional.
Review Game III Judicial Branch Article IIILegal Terms Cases Checks True/False Misc.
2.4 Judicial Powers Identify the function and powers of the Judicial Branch of government.
CHAPTER SEVEN, SECTION TWO THE JUDICIAL BRANCH: THE FEDERAL COURT SYSTEM.
The Judicial Branch. Goals of the Judicial Branch Article 3 lays out the rules for the Federal court system of the U.S. Federal courts hear cases involving.
Put the statements in order according to the following terms: (a.) jurisdiction (b.) judicial review (c.) subpoena (d.) magistrate (e.) remand __ Issues.
Notes Ch. 7.1: Intro: Judiciary Branch. Criminal vs. Civil Laws Criminal Law- Protects society. Assault, murder, rape, robbery, etc. Civil Law – Disputes.
The Constitution. Preamble: sets the goals for the Constitution and government.
Chapter 7 Judicial Branch. Review ???? 1.What is any behavior that is illegal called? 2.What laws are passed by lawmaking bodies? 3.What is an appeal?
United States Government Basics. Legislative Branch Bicameral Legislature Congress Senate House of Representatives.
Three Branches of Government. Legislative branch Congress Senate House of Representatives When the Constitution was created some framers wanted each.
3 Branches of Government Legislative Branch –To Make the Laws Executive Branch –To Enforce the Laws Judicial Branch –To Interpret the Laws –*special thanks.
-Can override President’s veto - Confirms executive appointments - Ratifies treaties - Can declare war - Appropriates money - Can impeach and remove President.
Constitution – body of fundamental laws which say how a government is to operate It is the supreme law of the land It explains how the government.
Checks and Balances. Judicial Branch INTERPRETS LAWS Legislative Branch MAKES LAWS Executive Branch CARRIES OUT LAWS Each branch of government has some.
1.Which branch of our government is discussed in Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution? The Executive Branch.
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