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Warm Up True or False: Disputes between states are settled in federal courts. Concurrent jurisdiction means ONLY the federal courts may hear the case.
Citizen of the Week! HOLLY CHAPMAN Hard working Model Student Respectful at all times!
Enrichment Focus: Executive and Legislative Review You need 2 different colored pencils/crayons/markers/etc. Connect all legislative ideas in one color, and executive ideas in a different color. Once you have connected all similar ideas, please write the connection between them on the line you drew.
Supreme Court Cases Your newspapers look AWESOME! Good job
Highlight the Key Cases We are going to watch a brief video on each of the KEY supreme court cases you need to know 2 facts/video!
Marbury vs. Madison RUvX_U RUvX_U
Plessy v. Ferguson nV2Dp0 nV2Dp0
Brown vs. Board of Education dr-iak dr-iak
Miranda vs. Arizona m4w8fE m4w8fE
Gideon vs. Wainwright _ / _ /
Swann vs. Charlotte Mecklenburg 7clhjc 7clhjc
Besides the Supreme Court… District Courts Courts of Appeals
District Courts Federal courts where trials are held and lawsuits are begun 94 districts Figure out the facts of a case Witnesses testify and juries hear cases and reach verdicts
Court of Appeals Review decisions made in lower district courts Appellate Jurisdiction- authority of a court to hear a case appealed from a lower court
Court of Appeals Page 245 How do they decide an appeal? 3 ways DEFINE ◦Opinion ◦Precedent