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Role of Courts Resolve disputes Set precedents Interpret Laws Strict construction Loose construction
Authority of the Courts
Jurisdiction: Interpret & administer law Original Hear case for first time Appellate Authority to hear case heard by lower court
Lower Court Organization District Courts Federal court trials Original jurisdiction Court of Appeals 20% cases appealed are heard Other Courts
Judiciary Act of Tiered structure District Court Court of Appeals Supreme Court /milestone-docs.html
Federal Judges Term Serve for life District Court of Appeals Lgst # of court appointments Dept. of Justice handles most appointments Senatorial courtesy Senate ok a formality
Court of Appeals No senatorial courtesy Senate approval more vital Judges interpret & set precedent
Jay’s Court John Jay- 1 st Chief Justice SC considered insignificant ourthistory_history_chief_001jay.htm
Marshall’s Court John Marshall- Chief Justice Marbury v Madison Est. judicial review /supremecourthistory_history_chief_004mar shall.htm
Justices Originally 6 Judiciary Act -9 1 Chief Justice 8 Associate Justices
US Court of Appeals No. of Circuits- 13 CA falls in 9 th Circuit- aka “9 th Circus”
Supreme Court Term -Begin 1 st Mon in Oct and ends in June Appointment - Appointed by Pres - Senate Judiciary Cmte approves
Judicial Branch. The US Has a Dual Court System The 2 Systems? State Federal This duality reflects what principle of government?
THE JUDICIAL BRANCH The Federal Court System established in Article III established in Article III.
UNITED STATES Levels and Jurisdiction 3 Levels of the Court system Supreme Court Courts of Appeal District Courts Original Jurisdiction Court in.
“It is emphatically the province and duty of the judicial department to say what the law is…If two laws conflict with each other; the courts must decide.
FEDERAL COURTS. The Federal Courts Constitution Establishes one court by name – The Supreme Court (Art. III). Inferior Courts are established by Congress.
QUIZ ONE EOC Judicial – Systems / Structures. EOC Questions The majority of the job of the Supreme Court is to decide whether laws or actions by the government.
Article III-The Judicial Branch Our Nation’s Court System.
Vocabulary Chapter 8- Judicial Branch 1.Circuit12. judicial review 2.Jurisdiction13. constitutional 3.Exclusive jurisdiction14. docket 4.Concurrent jurisdiction15.
3 Branches of Government The Judicial Branch. Creation of the Judicial Created by the Constitution These courts are called “Guardians of the Constitution”
Chapter 10: The Judicial Branch. Role of Courts Judicial Branch – Supreme Court and Federal Courts Solve disputes about laws Interpret the law & decide.
Chapter 8 Notes: Judicial Branch. Section 1: The Federal Court System Article III- est. a national Supreme Court & gave Congress power to est. lower federal.
2.4 Judicial Powers Identify the function and powers of the Judicial Branch of government.
Judicial Branch Interprets the Laws. The Basics Judicial Branch=Supreme & inferior courts Supreme Court interprets the laws 1 Chief Justice & 8 Associate.
Jeopardy Terms 1 Terms 2 C D E $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy.
Chapter 18 Review. Cases that are only heard in federal court 1.Original Jurisdiction 2.Appellate Jurisdiction 3.Exclusive Jurisdiction 4.Precedent.
Chapter 11: The Federal Courts The Supreme Court played a minor role in American govt. until Chief Justice John Marshall was appointed in 1801 Jurisdiction.
Marbury v. Madison—the courts established the power of judicial review by limiting their own power. John Adams, T. Jefferson, James Madison, William.
The United States has a dual court system of state and federal courts. State courts have jurisdiction over cases involving state laws. Federal courts.
THE JUDICIAL BRANCH The United States Government.
Federal and State Courts. Jurisdiction The types of cases a court can hear. Two types of jurisdiction: Original/Appellate. Original: The first step in.
Supreme Court. Members 9 justices Serve for life Lead by the Chief Justice Appointed by the President, approved by the Senate.
The Federal Court System Lower (Inferior) Courts.
Thursday January 8 th, 2015 NO WARM UP TODAY!!! NO WARM UP TODAY!!!
The Judiciary (Article III) What was the importance of Marbury? Why was the judiciary known as the “least dangerous branch” to Founders? What jurisdiction.
The Court System. The US Federal Court System The Current Supreme Court The court has final authority on cases involving the constitution, acts of Congress,
IX. Article III – The Federal Court System A. Understanding Jurisdiction 1. Jurisdiction means the power or authority over a person, a place, or an issue.
Powers of the Federal Courts Ch. 11. I. The National Judiciary A. Creation of National Judiciary None made with the Articles of Confederation Hamilton.
The Federal Court System. District Courts The federal courts where trials are held and lawsuits are begun. The federal courts where trials are held and.
The Judiciary Chapter 10- The Judiciary. Federal Judiciary Act of 1789 O Established the basic 3 step federal court system. 3. Supreme Court 2. Appellate.
Article III Chapter 8. Federal Jurisdictions Federal laws Federal laws Admiralty and maritime laws Admiralty and maritime laws Cases involving foreign.
The Judicial Branch Chapter 16 The Role of the Courts.
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.
State Government Judicial Branch. VA Supreme Court 7 Justices (1 Chief and 6 Associates) Chosen by the General Assembly 12 year terms (8 years for lower.
The Federal Courts and the Judicial Branch Section 1 at a Glance The Federal Court System The United States has a dual court system. The Judiciary Act.
The Judiciary. Trial Courts vs Appellate Courts (original jurisdiction vs appellate jurisdiction)
Get out your notebook and textbook!. Chapter 18: The Federal Court System.
Chapter 11 The Federal Court System. I. Powers of the Federal Courts Supposed to balance the other two branches Supposed to balance the other two branches.
Article III The Judicial Branch A.K.A. The Federal Judiciary.
ARTICLE III: JUDICIAL BRANCH. ARTICLE III SECTION I Interprets laws passed by the Judicial Branch United States Supreme Court - highest court in the United.
The Judicial Branch A Review. Terms to know Jurisdiction Jurisdiction Exclusive jurisdiction Exclusive jurisdiction Concurrent jurisdiction Concurrent.
The Senate serves as a jury to impeach the President. They ratify treaties made with other nations. The Senate also approves and rejects.
Chapter 18. Section 1 Why Do We Have One? Under the Articles of Confederation, there wasn’t a national judiciary Each state interpreted the law for itself.
Chapter 8 Section 3. Constitutional: In accordance with the Constitution. Judicial Review: The power of the Supreme Court to say whether any federal,
Unit 6 The Judicial Branch. Section 1: The Lower Courts.
The Federal Court Structure Powers of The Federal Courts.
Powers of the Judicial Branch Hear cases Judge cases Give decisions on cases which deal with breaking laws made by Congress Declare constitutionality.
UNIT #4 The Judicial Branch CHAPTER #11 The Federal Court System LESSON #2 Judicial Jurisdiction and Power.
Unit Three The Judicial Branch. Articles of Confederation This had no national courts. The states all interpreted laws. US realized they.
U.S. Government Unit K: The Judicial Branch Chapter 18 The Federal Court System.
Criminal Case. Civil Case Original Jurisdiction.
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