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Unit 2 Lesson 11
The three branches of government
Judicial review and interpretation

I don't need help with this but am writing this to help everyone else the answers are below the questions.

1. Which is an example of judicial review?

A judge compares a law to the constitution unconstitutional and of no effect

2. In which Supreme court case was judicial review established?

Marbury v. Madison

3. Which of the following is judicial interpretation?

Determining what the law means in a specific case

4. Which of the following is a court decision that serves as a model for future court decisions?

Precedent

5. Which supreme court case overturned Plessy v. Ferguson

Brown v. Board of education

6. What did the court assert in Jacobson v. Commonwealth of Massachusetts

The government can overrule a claim of individual rights to protect the common good.

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  1. 1. A judge compares a law to the
    constitution and declared a law unconstitutional and of no effect.
    2. Marbury v Madison
    3. Determining what the law means in a specific case.
    4. Precedent
    5. Brown v Board of education
    6. The government can overrule a claim of individual rights to protect the common good.
    Just took the quick check, these are all the right answers for Connexus, Social studies 8 B, the three branches of the government

    BB-31 OVER AND OUT (Trump 2024)

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  2. Risked my grade for y’all but this is for the unit 2 the three branches of government lesson 13 the Supreme Court.

    1. C: 4

    2. B: Does the candidate’s philosophy agree with the presidents?

    3. B: The Supreme Court hears cases that have already been heard in lower courts

    4. A: congress

    5. D: judicial review

    6. C: police officers have to inform criminal suspects of their rights to silence and an attorney before they are questioned.

    For number 7 I didn’t do it so sorry I couldn’t help with that one

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