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supreme court.... please respond ASAP
How does the Supreme Court decide which cases to take? You will find the answer explained at http://www.wisegeek.com/how-does-the-supreme-court-decide-which-cases-to-hear.htm It takes a minimum of four judges to decide if the "petitions" or "writs certiorari" to hear the case ...

History
1. Why do some argue that the Supreme Court "legislates from the bench" or, in other words, actually makes law? A. The Supreme Court does not legislate, i.e. make law. B. The Supreme Court is involved in administrative law. C. The Supreme Court's rulings become part of ...

Political Sciences
Consider the follow scenario: You are a criminal defense attorney, and your client has just been found guilty by the U.S. district court in Illinois. Respond in 200-300 words with these questions. What are your options for appeal? Describe the appeals process all the way to ...

Political Science
I need some help on this. Consider the follow scenario: You are a criminal defense attorney, and your client has just been found guilty by the U.S. district court in Illinois. Respond in 200-300 words with these questions. What are your options for appeal? Describe the appeals...

Political Science
I need some help on this. Consider the follow scenario: You are a criminal defense attorney, and your client has just been found guilty by the U.S. district court in Illinois. Respond in 200-300 words with these questions. What are your options for appeal? Describe the appeals...

Civics
What distinguishes the U.S. Supreme Court from a state supreme court'? State supreme courts have rulings that can be overturned, while U.S. Supreme Court rulings are final. State supreme courts have limited jurisdiction on the types of cases they can rule on, while the ...

Social Studies
Which action is often viewed as the most serious attempt to undermine the independence of the judiciary? A President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s plan to reorganize the Supreme Court B appointment of Supreme Court justices to unlimited terms of office C periodic increases in the ...

law
A state’s highest court is called the state: (Points: 5) District Court. Court of Appeals. Supreme Court. County Court. is it supreme court

S.S. Check please
2. Why were Native Americans forced to leave their lands during the 1830s? a.) settlers wanted to settle the land b.) U.S. citizens settled the land first c.) the Supreme Court ordered their removal d.) their new lands were better for farming. ****** 4. How did President ...

English
1. This is the Supreme Court of the USA. 2. These are the Supreme Courts of the USA. 3. This is the supreme court of the USA. (Which one is correct? Do I have to capitalize? Do you have only one supreme court? Or do you have many supreme courts?) 4. the Supreme Court > a ...

corrections
The 1910 case of weems v. United states was unique in what respect? a. it was the first time the Supreme court invalidated an excessive penalty. b. it was the only time the supreme court held that no penalty is excessive if evenly applied. c. it was the first time the supreme ...

Social Studies
2.)Why were Native Americans forced to leave their lands during the 1830s? a.)settlers wanted to settle the land b.)U.S. citizens settled the land first c.)the Supreme Court ordered their removal d.)their new lands were better for farming 4.)How did President Jackson respond ...

Amercian Government
5. Which of the following actions best describes judicial powers in the Unites States? * the Supreme Court judges make new laws. *The president appoints Supreme Court judges. * Supreme Court judges serve in their positions for life. * The Supreme Court judges the ...

Government Help Please
All of the following statements regarding the process of selecting a case for Supreme Court consideration are true EXCEPT 1) A case selected for argument usually involves interpretations of the U. S. Constitution or federal law. 2) At least seven Justices have to select the ...

Political Science-PLEASE HELP
Consider the following scenario: You are a criminal defense attorney, and your client has just been found guilty by a U.S. district court in Illinois. in 200-300 wors What are your options for appeal? Describe the appeals process all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. What is ...

Soc. Studies
How did President Jackson respond to the Supreme Court's ruling in Worcester v. Georgia that Georgia had no right to interfere with the Cherokee? A. He asked Congress to revoke the Indian Removal Act of 1830. B. He appealed the decision on the grounds that the Supreme Court ...

Social Studies 7 Pls CoRRect Mee
President Andrew Jackson is said to have responded to the supreme courts ruling in Worcester v. Georgia with the word { Chief Justice} John Marshall has made his decision now let him enforce it! Which of the following best explains the meaning of this statement? The supreme ...

civics
Cabinet members are nominated by the President and confirmed by Secretary of State House of Reps Senate Supreme Court is it Supreme Court?

please check history
Two powers of Congress. 1. declare war 2. pass laws Two powers of the President: 1. make treaties 2. appoint ambassadors Three types of Federal Courts: 1. District Courts 2. Court of Appeals 3. The Supreme Court and then I just have one extra question that I did not get: The ...

American Government
1) which of the following describes the supreme court's role in defining constitutional principles? A) the supreme court plays a minimal role in defining constitutional principles. B) the supreme court uses judicial review as a tool to define constitutional principles.*** C) ...

American government
Thus is the political institution that sets national policy by interpreting the law. A. The appellate court B. The state court C. Court of Appeal D. Supreme Court Is it d.

american goverment check answers
3.  What type of court has original jurisdiction over a case involving an American suing a citizen of another country? (1 point) federal court state court Supreme Court special court 3.B

American government
Thus is a political institution that sets national policy by interpreting the law A. The appellate court B. The state court C. Court of appeals D. Supreme Court Is the answer D?

Algebra
This excerpt comes from a letter Jefferson wrote in response to the supreme courts decision on marbury v.madison. what was Jefferson's greatest concern? A. He was concerned that the decision gave the supreme court too much authority. ******* B. He was concerned by the fact ...

HISTORY
I cannot find these . What are the number of courts and number of judges in the: Supreme Court Court of International Trade Court of Appeals dor the Federal Circuit The Supreme Court and the Court of International Trade both have 9 judges. The Court of Appeals for the Federal ...

Civics
Which of these book titles best describes the United States v. Nixon case and its significance? Not Above the Law - Nixon's illegal actions resulted in a Supreme Court ruling requiring sharing of the private tapes*** Stealing the Presidency - The Supreme Court ruled President ...

Social Studies! CHECK!
1. which event proved to European leaders that the policy of appeasement was not working? a. Germany's attack on France b. Germany's military alliance with Italy c. the rise of Naziasm in Germany d. germanys attack on Poland*** 2. how did South Carolina respond to a US supreme...

5th grade
On this day in 1789, the Supreme Court was established. Using resources in the classroom, learn five (5) facts about the Supreme Court’s roll in our nation’s government and summarize them in your own words. Can someone help me with this it's for my journal. Thank you

CCA CHECK ANSWERS
what type of power does the constitution grant to the supreme court? A)executive power B)federal power C)Judicial power D)legislative power*** Which are examples of judicial restraint in the supreme Court ? Select all the apply A)The verdict overturns the lower court's ruling ...

Social studies
the constitution requires each house to keep a daily record of all meeting. these records are printed daily in___________. the supreme court is made up of _____ supreme court justices who hold their offices for________.

ss-help
Why were Native Americans forced to leave their lands during the 1830s? settlers wanted to settle the land U.S. citizens settled the land first the Supreme Court ordered their removal their new lands were better for farming Why was the forced march called the "Trail of Tears...

American Governent
1. What type of power does the Constitution grant to the Supreme Court? (1 point) executive power federal power judicial power legislative power 2. Which are examples of judicial restraint in the Supreme Court? Select all that apply. (3 points) The verdict overturns the lower ...

US History
In Richard Nixon v. Supreme Court are the main characters only Nixon and the Supreme Court?

Civics
When the Supreme Court rules on an appeal from a state court, what restriction applies to the court's ruling?

Social Studies
There are two questions: 1) Rob is riding his jet-ski, John steals the jet-ski, John gets arrested what court does he have to go to if it was a MARITIME CRIME? A) Federal Court B) District Court C) Supreme Court D) Maritime Court 2) How many judges of the Appeals court look at...

Social Studies
There are two questions: 1) Rob is riding his jet-ski, John steals the jet-ski, John gets arrested what court does he have to go to if it was a MARITIME CRIME? A) Federal Court B) District Court C) Supreme Court D) Maritime Court 2) How many judges of the Appeals court look at...

history
what branch of government consists of local trial courts, circuit and family courts , and appeals court a. executive b. judicial c. legislative d. supreme court Which appeals are NOT heard by the South carolina supreme court? A. appeals from all felonies b. appeals from ...

history
what branch of government consists of local trial courts, circuit and family courts , and appeals court a. executive b. judicial ** c. legislative d. supreme court Which appeals are NOT heard by the South carolina supreme court? A. appeals from all felonies ** b. appeals from ...

Government
What is one specific example of why a person would be summoned to the Erie County Supreme Court? I know that the Erie County Supreme Court deals with criminal and civil cases.

government
. In Griswold v. Connecticut, the Supreme Court was considered an activist court because... I know that it has everything to do with the privacy law. I am stuck between two answer from the multiple choice. please help.

History
Could someone explain the concept of judicial review and its impact on the balance of power in the United States Government? Judical review means that the courts can review congressional and administrative actions to see if they are constitutional. The Supreme Court gave ...

Social Studies--Check My Answers Please--
1. What act did Congress pass in order to relocate Native Americans? a.) Naturalization Act b.) Alien Act c.) Relocation Act d.) Indian Removal Act <--- 2. Why were Native Americans forced to leave their lands during the 1830s? a.) settlers wanted to settle the land b.) U.S...

us history- please help
1. The job of the Congress is to __________. Is it to pass laws??? 2. The job of the President is to _______. umm... confront problems??? 3. The job of the courts is to _________. 4. Congress is made up of ______. Is it 2 houses- the senate and house of representatives? 5. The...

US History
There was this website that said that one of the conflict of Roosevelt v Supreme Court was NRA. Would NRA be the National Recovery Act? I think it is since it is related to the Roosevelt and the Supreme Court based on the websites that I searched. Just to make sure.

Business law
The Supreme Court threw out a $79.5 million punitive-damages award against cigarette maker Philip Morris. The high court voted 5-4 to overturn the jury verdict in the Oregon case, ruling it violated earlier high court decisions on limits to punitive damages. The decision could...

US History
What gave Andrew Jackson the power to remove the Cherokee from their land? Georgia state laws Acts of Congress two Supreme Court decisions treaties signed by the Cherokee Im thinking two Supreme Court decisions?

English
1. He is the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. 2. He is the chief justice of the Supreme Court. -------------------- Which one is right? Do we have to capitalize them?

S.S
1. In Marbury v. Madison, the Supreme Court established a principle that would eventually be used by all courts to--- strike down any law that the court deems unconstitutional decide the outcome of contested election results overturn any impeachment that the court deems ...

social studies
Which of the following is a check by the judicial branch on the legislative branch? 1. People elect a county judge. 2. The Supreme Court declares a law unconstitutional. 3. The Senate passes a bill with a majority vote. 4. Supreme Court justices are appointed for life. 5. The ...

Political Science
In Marbury v. Madison, the Supreme Court established the principle of constitutional review by? I am seconding guessing myself on my answer so can you point me the right direction is it: claiming that Section 13 of the 1789 Judiciary Act providing that the Supreme Court will ...

government
concurrent jurisdiction means that a case may be tried by a. a federal court b. either a state or a federal court c. the supreme court b

English
1. He works at the Supreme Court. 2. He works at the supreme court. 3. He is a judge of the High Court. 4. He is a judge of the high court. 5. He is a judge of the District Court. 6. He is a judge of the district court. 7. There are several District Courts here. 8. There are ...

american goverment check answers
9. What criteria might a judge who abides by a philosophy of judicial restraint use to decide a case? (1 point) The judge would consider previous court decisions on the topic but ultimately consider the current circumstances and changes in society. The judge would not consider...

Criminal Justice/Corrections
An appellate court cannot reverse the factual finding of the trial count unless: A. The findings were erroneous B. A petition to the US supreme Court is made. C. The court of last resort weighs in. D. The case has been remanded. I am confused between A and C.

Georgia state history
which behavior is an example of a delinquent behavior according to georgia's juvenile justice system jiskha? A)state court B)juvinile court C)supreme court D)magistrate court

Government
Which scenario best illustrates how the power to make treaties in the united states constitution provides for checks and balances among the three branches of government ? A. the president must sign an executive agreement without the senate, but must have approval of the house ...

American Government
1) How is the Supreme Court equal to the other branches of government? A) It has the same powers as the legislative branch and executive branch** B) It enforces the laws along with the president C) It creates laws like the legislative branch D) It interprets the laws and has ...

American Government
1. how is the supreme court equal to the other branches of government? a. it has the same powers as the legislative branch and executive branch. b. it enforces the laws along with the president*** c. it creates laws like the legislative branch d. it interprets the laws and has...

History
4. Who Killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804? Aaron Burr? 5.Who broadened the Supreme Court's power A.John Adams B.Thomas Jefferson C.William Marbury D.John Marshall Answer : D 6. In Marbury v Madison (1803) the US Supreme Court established the A.Legality of slavery B....

Paralegal
In the case of Florida v. Enio Jimeno: a.What is the correct citation of the case? b.On what page does the court's decision begin? c.Is it proper to quote anything prior to this page? d.Which Justices(s)joined in that opinion? e.Which Justices(s) joined in that opinion? f....

American government
Which scenario best illustrates how the power to make treaties in the united states constitution provides for checks and balances among the three branches of government ? A. the president must sign an executive agreement without the senate, but must have approval of the house ...

English
"High Court" is "Supreme Court in the USA, right? In the UK, it is different?

business law
Name of U. S. Supreme Court Justice who had the longest tenure on the Court:

TX HIST
Consider these three Supreme Court cases Smith v. Allwright (1944), Sweatt v. Painter (1950), Brown v. Board of Education (1954). What do they have in common, and how did Texans respond? In the 20th century, what were the most important events for Mexican-Americans and the ...

government
redress from the united states may be secured in a. congress b. the supreme court c. the court of federal claims b.

college- law
Question about the Loving vs. Virginia case. When the Lovings appealed and accused the State of Virgina of violating their federally protected constitutional rights under the 14th amendment, Virginia could have invoked an earlier decision of the US Supreme Court itself ...

12th grade
Okay I am doing a report on Thurgood Marshall. I am to a part where I am writing a little about his presidential nominations. Please help me on this! What exactly is a second court of appeals judge's job? What about a Supreme Court Justice? I am trying to say maybe a sentence ...

Government
The structure of the lower federal court system is established by. A. congress B.the constitution. C.the Supreme court. I think c

ss
in which court case did the us supreme court rule that separate but equal did not violate the constitutional rights of african americans

govt
I can't find this answer Explain how and why the Supreme Court's ruling in the case of Marbury v. Madison increased the Court's power

american government
is the united states supreme court the most powerful court or is it the united states superior court? or are they the same thing?

pol201
Question 2. 2. In Marbury v. Madison, the Supreme Court established the principle of constitutional review by (Points : 1) denying Marbury his right to sue. denying the authority of the President to have made his appointment. claiming that Section 13 of the 1789 Judiciary Act ...

Us Government
a)What body has the power to accept or reject a president's nominations to the Supreme Court? b)What margins is required to elevate a president's nominee to a seat on the Court c) Where in the COnstituition are judicial nominations described? a)Would it be the Senate b)2/3's ...

history
What was the significance of the Supreme Court's ruling in the Marbury vs. Madison case? The ruling determined that Congress could act against the president if it wished. The ruling determined that the Supreme Court was more powerful than the president.*** The ruling ...

Government Check
1.)The President's power to veto congressional legislation and the requirement that Congress confirm the President's nominees to the Supreme Court are both examples of what? a.)Checks and balances b.)Civil rights c.)=Limited government d.)Judicial review 2.)Until 1911, how ...

can you explain this to me government
First decision by the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional. At the very end of his term, President John Adams had made many federal appointments, including William Marbury as justice of the peace in the District of Columbia. Thomas Jefferson, the new president, ...

social studies
1. What was the Supreme Court's ruling on the Dred Scott case? (1 point)D red Scott should be considered free since he had lived in many states where slavery was banned. Dred Scott could be free if he paid a fee. Dred Scott was still a slave and not a citizen. The case never ...

LA
What was the Supreme Court's ruling on the Dred Scott case? Dred Scott should be considered free since he had lived in many states where slavery was banned. Dred Scott could be free if he paid a fee. Dred Scott was still a slave and not a citizen. The case never reached the ...

American Goverment
The Supreme Court in Whitney v. California clarified clear and present danger to mean (Points : 1) speech so dangerous that society would immediately and irreparably harmed. speech that protested against the Supreme Court. free speech would only be dangerous if it was followed...

math
what is a cross product please respond ASAP!!

History
6.)What was the significance of the supreme Court's ruling in the "Marbury Vs. Madison Case? A.)The ruling determined that congress could act against the president if it wished B.)The ruling determined that the supreme court was more powerful than the president C.)The Ruling ...

Ethics in Technology
Which of the following laws was upheld as constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court? A. Communications Decency Act B. Child Online Protection Act C. Child Internet Protection Act D. All of these laws were upheld as constitutional by the U.S. Supreme Court. I think it's D, but ...

Civics
To become a law, typically a bill must be approved by: a. The House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President b. The House of Representatives c. The Senate d. The Supreme Court I chose Letter A, but someone how my teacher said it was incorrect. I was completely shocked...

ap government
What was the Roosevelt court-packing plan? What does it suggest about the relationship between the Supreme Court and the other branches of government?

American Government
True or False: The U.S. "Superior" Court is the Nation's most powerful court? (is Superior and Supreme one in the same?)

criminal justice
Options Menu: Forum Topic: Interpreting the U.S. Constitution Consider the following scenario: The Supreme Court interprets the U.S. Constitution. Thomas Jefferson once argued against the doctrine of judicial review. He believed in the principles of "checks and balances," ...

Social Studies
Officials whose jobs are not provided for in the constitution but are required by law are known as____ a constitutional officers b secretaries of state c deputies-**** d statutory officers True or False: The state Supreme Court is an appellate court a true **** b false Please ...

Criminal Justice/Judicial System
The __________ is/are the federal trial court(s) and is/are the "entry point" into the federal judicial system. A. U.S. Supreme Court B. circuit courts C. district courts D. court of appeals I think it's C., but not sure.

History
please identify key civil rights laws and the Supreme Court decisions that support them, from 1964- present.

History
To become a law, typically a bill must be approved by: a. The House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President b. The House of Representatives c. The Senate d. The Supreme Court I chose Letter A, but someone how my teacher said it was incorrect. I was completely shocked...

Civics
To become a law, typically a bill must be approved by: a. The House of Representatives, the Senate, and the President b. The House of Representatives c. The Senate d. The Supreme Court I chose Letter A, but someone how my teacher said it was incorrect. I was completely shocked...

American Government
First, explain what civil liberties are. Then, look at the first amendment. The first amendment states “Congress shall make no law . . . abridging the freedom of speech, or the press.” In practice, however, the Supreme Court has never regarded these protections as absolute...

Social Studies
A-Cabinet B-Checks and Balances C-Commander in Chief D-Constitution E-Congress F-Executive Branch G-House of Representative H-Impeachment I-Judicial Branch J-Legislative branch K-Senate L-Supreme Court 1. A system in which no one government branch has too much power B? A tool ...

romer vs. evans case gov't asap please
i have to come up with questions to ask for the case romer vs. evans? in my class, i have to pretend i'm the supreme court asking questions. what kind of questions should i ask? Does Amendment 2 of Colorado's State Constitution, violate the Fourteenth Amendment's Equal ...

Law
1. What document guarantees the presumption of innocence until conviction in a court of law? A. United States Constitution B. Articles of Confederation C. Civil Rights Act D. Supreme Court Bylaws im confused between A and C

7th Grade world Civics
What is the order of the courts from Highest of Authority to lowest of Autihoruty: court of international trade, U.S District courts, U.S. tax Courts,U.S court of Appeals, Bankruptcy Courts, Coourts of Veteran Appeals, Military Courts, Supreme Courts, Regulatory Commicsions ...

Government
1. How is the supreme court equal to the other branches of government? a. It has the same powers as the legislative branch and executive branch. b. It enforces the laws along with the president. c It creates laws like the legislative branch. d. It interprets the laws and has ...

Politics
You are a criminal defense attorney, and your client has just been found guilty by a U.S. district court in Illinois. In this case if I filed an appeal, who are the Supreme Court justices and chief justice who may or may not decide to hear your case?

history
Which of the following was true of the Judiciary Act of 1801? A. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans. B. It was opposed by the Federalists. C. It expanded the federal court system. D. It reduced the power of the federal courts. I put a but its not right .-.

English
Look at the big picture, how many people are there? There are about 8 people. The people are members of a jury. They are talking about a criminal case, I think. In front of them, we can see a judge and a prosecutor. The bottom left picture is the supreme Court of the United ...

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