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Government or state resolves a DISPUTE between two parties
Allows certain types of cases to be tried in EITHER federal or state courts
Courts that hear reviews or APPEALS of decision from the lower courts
Government or state CHARGES an individual with violating one or more laws
Authority to hear a case for the FIRST time
Writ of Certiorari
Belief the Supreme Court should play a more active role in creating national policies and answering questions of conflict in society
Allowing senators from the president’s party who represents the state with the vacancy to approve or disapprove nominees
A detailed statement of the facts of the case supporting a particular position by presenting arguments based on relevant facts and citations from previous case
Belief the Supreme Court should operate strictly within the limits of the Constitution and only answer questions if a clear violation of the Constitution is present
An order by the Court (when petitioned) directing a lower court to send up records of a case for review
EOC Judicial – Systems / Structures
The Courts and What They Do
The Federal Courts Chapter 16.
The Federal Courts Chapter 16. The Nature of the Judicial System Introduction: – Two types of cases: Criminal Law: The government charges and individual.
The Federal Courts.
The Federal Courts. The Nature of the Judicial System Introduction: – Two types of cases: Criminal Law: The government charges and individual with violating.
Chapter Fourteen The Courts. Copyright © Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved National Judicial Supremacy: The Role of the Courts in American.
Put the statements in order according to the following terms: (a.) jurisdiction (b.) judicial review (c.) subpoena (d.) magistrate (e.) remand __ Issues.
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 United States Supreme Court. Function: ◦ Ensures uniformity in interpreting national laws ◦ Resolves conflicts among states ◦ Maintains national.
The Judiciary. Trial Courts vs Appellate Courts (original jurisdiction vs appellate jurisdiction)
The Federal Courts Agenda Quiz Overview of the Judicial Court System
The Federal Court System
THE JUDICIAL SYSTEM Chapter 18. The Judicial System Two types of cases: Criminal Law: Government charges an individual with violating one or more.
The U.S. Supreme Court. U.S. Supreme Court Today Chief Justice John Roberts, Jr. Associate Justices: ANTONIN SCALIA ANTHONY M. KENNEDY CLARENCE THOMAS.
THE US SUPREME COURT March 10, ORIGINAL v APPELLATE (1.) A COURTS AUTHORITY TO HEAR AND RULE ON A CASE FIRST (2.) A COURT THAT HEARS A CASE AFTER.
The Courts Continued. Supreme Court Interpret Constitution Review Constitutionality of acts of Congress/President Review decisions made by lower court.
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