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JUDICIAL BRANCH THE UNITED STATES COURT SYSTEM
I. JURISDICTIONS A. Original Article III, section 2 B. Appellate
II. COURT CREATION A. Supreme Court Constitution B. All Others Congress
III. FEDERAL COURT STRUCTURE A. Judges B. Trial Courts District Special Courts
C. Appeals Courts 12 Circuits D. Supreme Court 1. 9 “Justices” 2. Original Jurisdiction 3. Appellate Jurisdiction “writ of certiorari”
IV. CIVIL VS. CRIMINAL LAW A. Adversary System B. Civil Law 1. Plaintiff 2. Defendant 3. Damages 4. Standard of judgment
C. Criminal Law 1. Plaintiff 2. Defendant 3. Guilt 4. Standard of Judgment
V. CONCURRENT JURISDICTION A. State or Federal Courts 1. Parties of two states 2. Civil cases of $50,000 +
VI. SUPREME COURT “OPINIONS” A. Unanimous B. Concurring C. Majority D. Dissenting (Minority) Opinion
VII. WASHINGTON STATE COURT SYSTEM A. Judges B. Trial Courts 1. District 2. Superior C. Appeals 3 Divisions D. Supreme Court 9 Justices
Chapter 18 Review. Cases that are only heard in federal court 1.Original Jurisdiction 2.Appellate Jurisdiction 3.Exclusive Jurisdiction 4.Precedent.
U.S. Government Unit K: The Judicial Branch Chapter 18 The Federal Court System.
THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM Chapter 18. The Judicial System Articles of Confederation did not set up a national judicial system Major weakness of the Articles.
The Judiciary Unit 6 Chapters 19, 20. Law Civil LawCriminal Law Participants ▫Plaintiff ▫Defendant Outcome ▫Damages ▫Injunction ▫Writ of Mandamus Participants.
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The Judicial Branch Article III of the US Constitution.
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The US Court System Objective 2.01.
Federal Court System Identify the source of power of the federal courts Name the various levels of federal courts and describe their jurisdictions LESSON.
Reminders… Make up the Executive/Legislative Branch test! Make up the Executive/Legislative Branch test!
The Supreme Court. Composition of the Court Judiciary Act of 1789 Six justices, including 1 Chief Justice Changed 6 times since Current number is 9 justices,
The Federal Courts Chapter 11 Section 1. Constitutional Origins The courts are established by Article III of the Constitution. The courts are established.
Chapter 18.2 The Inferior Courts
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WHAT WE ASK OF THE SUPREME COURT…
Judicial Branch Chapter 11: The Federal Court System.
Judiciary Unit Chapter 18 Page 506+.
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