Which of the following is judicial interpretation? A.determining what the law means in a specific case B.following the law, regardless of one’s personal views C.imposing one’s own personal views on what the law should be D.using the principles of due

24,531 results
  1. World History (CHECK ANSWERS!)

    In what way did Hammurabi's Code set a precedent in law making? -It was the first set of laws, either secular or religious(my answer) -It provided specific punishments for specific offenses -It gave the ruler complete power over the people -It limited

  2. Law

    Why is this Checks and Balances, Judicial and federalism? 1. A state law requires that a prayer be said each day in public schools. The courts rule that the law violates a First Amendment clause that prohibits the government from establishing a religion

  3. History

    8.)Andrew Jackson was a supporter of which of the following? A.)Abolition of slavery B.)Limited federal government*** C.)Implied powers of the Supreme Court D.)Preservation of Native American land B? 9.)Which answer best describes an important outcome of

  4. SS

    1. The U.S. Constitution calls for how many branches of government? (1 point) two three*** four five 2. Which of the following responsibilities are held by the legislative, rather than the executive, branch? Select all that apply. (2 points) writing and

  5. Civics

    I'm not looking for answers I just want to check mine. 1. Which branch of government has the power to make laws A. Executive B. Federal C. Judicial D Legislative*** 2. Which of the following is an example of checks and balances? Select all that apply. A.

  6. SOCIAL STUDIES (CHECK ANSWERS) ASAP

    1. Which of the following responsibilities are held by the legislative, rather than the executive branch? Select two answers. A) writing and voting on new laws**** B) providing social programs to citizens C) selecting new judges for federal courts D)

  7. History

    Which answer best describes an important outcome of the Gibbons v. Ogden court case? The case set definitions for navigation and placed state control over all coastal and river trade. The case set definitions for navigation and placed federal control over

  8. 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

  9. history/social studies

    Of the following statements, which one best represents the role of the judicial branch of government? A. The judicial branch tries government employees that are accused of committing a crime. *my answer* B. The judicial branch has the ability to declare a

  10. Government

    1: Which of the following responsibilities are held by the legislative, rather than executive, branch? (Select 2) A: writing and voting on new laws(my answer) B: providing social programs to citizens C: selecting new judges for federal courts D:

  11. 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

  12. US History

    of the following statements which of the following best represents the role of the judicial branch of the government a. the judicial branch tries employees that are accused of committing a crime b. the judicial branch has the ability to declare a law

  13. history

    Why did an enumerated power of the judicial branch, in combination with the opinion in Marbury v. Madison, lead some to question the authority of the Supreme Court? a)The power to prosecute treason established by the Constitution conflicted with the

  14. 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

  15. constitution

    Which case did NOT involve an issue of judicial review? A. Marbury v. Madison B. United States v. Nixon C. Martin v. Hunter's Lessee D. Hammons v. Simpson Is it D

  16. Civics

    Which of the following was a case in which the supreme court claimed the power of judicial review? A) Marbury v. Madison B) McCulloch v. Maryland C) Jackson v. Jefferson D) Marshall v. Adams

  17. History

    Which are examples of judicial restraint in the Supreme Court? Select all that apply. A:The verdict overturns the lower court's ruling and sets a new precedent. B:The verdict is narrowly for the defendant, letting the previous verdict stand.*** C:The court

  18. S.S

    of the following statements which of the following best represents the role of the judicial branch of the government a. the judicial branch tries employees that are accused of committing a crime b. the judicial branch has the ability to declare a law

  19. english

    please use a paragraph to answer the question. a writers interpretation of a Fact shows how he or she make sense of the information. It reflects what the writer thinks are believes, and it supports his or her conclusions or claims. For that reason, it is

  20. physics

    how is Gauss's Law use in determining the electric field anywhere around a point charge and how is this related to Coulomb's law?

  21. History

    9.)Which answer best describes an important outcome of the Gibbons v. Ogden court case? A.)The case set definition for navigation & placed state control over all coastal & river trade B.)The case set definitions for navigation & placed federal control over

  22. history

    Through the statement "the Constitution is superior to any ordinary act of the legislature, the Constitution, and not such ordinary act, must govern the case to which they both apply," how did this case change the role of the judiciary in a controversial

  23. government

    the consensus of american opinion favors a. strict interpretation of the constitution b. neutral interpretation of the constitution c. no regard for the constitution d. liberal interpretation of the constitution d

  24. Civics

    Which of the following is judicial interpretation? A.determining what the law means in a specific case B.following the law, regardless of one’s personal views C.imposing one’s own personal views on what the law should be D.using the principles of due

  25. american government

    Compared with the decision in a Supreme Court case, the opinion is more significant because it a. determines the losing party in a case and the penalty to be imposed on this party. b. reveals the conflicts between the justices, which the president and

  26. Statistics

    Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) results in the calculation of the F Statistic and interpretation of this statistics will inform you as to...? A. Which means significantly differ from the others. B. How the variables are associated with each other. C. Whether

  27. Civics

    In the case The Senate Of Tennessee V. John Thomas Scopes, high school biology teacher John Scopes was accused of teaching content that violated a Tennessee law that stopped public school teachers from teaching evolution. Scopes voted this law , but felt

  28. Social Studies

    The Supreme Court usually only accepts a writ of certiorari when: A. they have a light case load and can take a few extra cases. B. there is a significant point of law to consider. C. two members of the Court feel it is important to hear a particular case.

  29. American Government

    A state judge decides that, because a couple lived together for many years, they must split their assets equally between them now that they have ended their relationship, despite not being legally married. He bases his decision upon other court cases in

  30. History

    In the case of Plessy v Ferguson, the Supreme Court focused its decision on the interpretation of what word?

  31. History

    Both the Senate and the House of Representatives have formal and informal qualifications for membership. 1:What is the main difference between formal and informal qualifications? A:Formal qualifications are outlined in the Constitution.*** B:Formal

  32. History

    1: Part one: What are some facts about Plessy v. Ferguson? *I know that Plessy v. Ferguson is an example of judical review where citizens challenged a law through courts.* Part two: What are the case outcomes and significance? *I think its that when the

  33. Government

    This case came about because President Marbury refused to honor the last-minute judicial appointments of Pres. Madison. A) True B) False 2. Marbury wanted the courts to issue of writ of mandamus, a court order forcing Jefferson to give him his commission.

  34. History

    Why is Hollingsworth v. Perry considered Judicial Activism? Please, I need help. I know what the case is and I also know what Judicial Activism is. I just need help.

  35. 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

  36. Government

    A Supreme Court justice who interprets provisions of the U.S. Constitution in a way that takes current social values into consideration is practicing which? 1.de novo review 2.judicial self-restraint 3. stare decisis 4. judicial activism Isn't it judicial

  37. Government

    Which case would the the U.S. Supreme Court most likely agree to hear? A. A case involving the medical care a U.S. citizen received in Singapore after becoming ill with a respiratory virus. B. A case involving an issue that most of the federal courts of

  38. SS Help

    1. The U.S. Constitution calls for how many branches of government? A. two B. three C. Four D. Five ????? 2. Which of the following responsibilities are held by the legislative, rather than the executive, branch? Select all that apply. A. writing and

  39. US History

    I have 3 History question that I am completely stuck on. Please help? Thanks Which answer best describes an important outcome of the Gibbons v. Ogden court case? The case set definitions for navigation and placed state control over all coastal and river

  40. Civics

    A state has passed a law making it illegal for people to protest at the state capital building. You think this law is unconstitutional, but your state court system upholds it. What federal branch has the final say on whether your state law is

  41. History

    At my school there is this History Day Project and I'm doing it on Atlantis, but I need some help with the conclusion and significance in hisory and Analysis/Critical thinking. Analysis/Critical Thinking- While primary sources are the core to any

  42. Justice system

    Although its meaning may vary from one culture to the next, __________ appears to be an almost universal taboo. A. murder B. C. theft D. incest im confused between B n D 2. “Common law” refers to: A. offenses committed against the safety and order of

  43. Social Studies

    One of the issues facing the early nation was how to interpret the Constitution. Alexander Hamilton said that the Constitution gave Congress the power "to make all laws necessary and proper." Which statement best describes Hamilton's views on how the

  44. English

    what this question means: how does the point of view affect your interpretation of the events?

  45. Criminal Justice

    If judicial review were eliminated, what alternative means could be used to interpret the meaning of the Constitution?

  46. Law

    if a case involves private law, what would be the subject matter of the case ?

  47. Chemistry

    I am working on a five-part question and I just need help with the last part. I'm not sure where to begin with that one. I pasted the question and answers (for a-d) to the other parts below. Thank you! Consider the proposed mechanism for the reaction

  48. Introduction to the Criminal Justice System

    There is a large round up of gang members, this is a federal case but is being supported by about 50 local officers and state troopers. I need help please, coordinating he informaiton for briefing on the jprocess at the federal court building. the briefing

  49. business law

    I need help answering questions to a case that is in my business law book. The case is Granholm V. Heald and the questions are: What if the facts were different? Suppose that the states had only required the out-of-state wineries to obtain a special

  50. chemistry

    1.how do you calculate the specific heat of a metallic element if 314 joules of energy are needed to raise the temperature of a 50.0 g sample from 25.0 degrees c to 50.0 degrees c. 2. how do you propose a method for determining the specific heat for a

  51. History

    Laws are made with due process in mind. However, due process is only followed when? A. The government actually enforces the laws it puts in place. B. The government administers the law in a fair and equal way* C. The law is executed differently on a case

  52. civics

    Which are the main philosophies of judicial interpretation? Select all that apply. A.judicial activism B.judicial jurisdiction C.judicial restraint D.judicial review E.judicial standing

  53. civics

    Which are the main philosophies of judicial interpretation? Select all that apply. A.judicial activism B.judicial jurisdiction C.judicial restraint D.judicial review E.judicial standing

  54. American Government

    "The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States, and Treaties made, or which shall be made, under their Authority..." Read the passage. How does the Constitution establish the

  55. 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

  56. World History

    How did Sir Edward Coke’s interpretation of English common law and the Magna Carta lead to the creation of the Declaration of Independence? Colonists’ loose interpretations of Sir Coke’s judicial precedent provided cause for detailed

  57. cj 220

    Write a 700- to 1,050-word essay in APA format explaining the theory and reality of law as a “living body.” In your essay, include the following: o Law as a “living body” · Law on books versus laws in action · Objectivity of law · Law as a

  58. Civics

    a company fires an employee for campaigning for candidates during her own time away from work. The employee files a civil case against the company . A judge rules that the company policy is unconstitutional . What power has the judge used? A judicial

  59. Civics

    If one judge interperets a law in a manner that pardons a person in 2011, a different judge ruling on the same type of case in 2020: A)must absolutely abide by the 2011 interpretation B)can site the 211 case as a model for the 2020 ruling C)can disregard

  60. GOVERNMENT

    Do you think the majority in Dickerson VS. The United States engaged n judicial activism? Why or why not? Can someone help me understand the difference between judicial activism and judicial restraint? Also I need to find a little more info on this case to

  61. Social Studies

    I need help with Lesson 11: Judicial Review and Interpretation for connexus can someone help me out pls

  62. 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

  63. American National Government

    How does the other branches of government "check" the judicial branch in order to keep it from becoming too powerful? My answer is: The President puts forward the nomination for the judges and the Senate confirms them, this is considered to be a part of

  64. 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

  65. c-justice 200

    Should judicial review be eliminated? Provide a detailed explanation for your answer. b) If judicial review were eliminated, what alternative means could be used to interpret the meaning of the Constitution?

  66. c-justice 200

    Should judicial review be eliminated? Provide a detailed explanation for your answer. b) If judicial review were eliminated, what alternative means could be used to interpret the meaning of the Constitution?

  67. SOC 320

    Which of the following is among the Courts’ means of influencing implementation? (Points : 1) Judicial review of administrative rules and rule making Direct oversight of executive branch agencies Routine judicial review of appropriations Intervening in

  68. business law

    Libertarians are also referred to as economic socialists. True Is that right?? The Defence of Necessity would likely have been successful in Latimer's case if his defence lawyer could have proven that this daughter Tracy wanted to die. Question 8 answers

  69. business law

    Libertarians are also referred to as economic socialists. True Is that right?? The Defence of Necessity would likely have been successful in Latimer's case if his defence lawyer could have proven that this daughter Tracy wanted to die. Question 8 answers

  70. criminology

    Criminal charges are generally not filed when which type of law is violated? statutory law criminal law civil law case law D?

  71. please help

    When is noble-case corruption, such as the Dirty Harry problem, justifiable? Do you agree that law enforcement should use extreme means to catch criminals?

  72. intro to paralegal

    i have a discussion post that im not quite sure how to answer, since i am unsure how to interpret it. It reads as follows: The American common law system provides the judicial system with two primary duties 1) interpreting the meaning of statutes and

  73. legal Consequences of Alcohol and Drug A buse

    What is the penalty if a minor is arrested and convicted of alchol abuse? The specific penalties for breaking the law are different in every state, and also vary according the the opinion of the specific judge assigned to the case, so there is no definite

  74. Georgia's Government

    Please put an answer or something that can lead me to it for these questions. Also if possible can you put all of the answers to the assignment, thank you. The judicial system of Georgia has two primary functions: to interpret the laws of the state, and to

  75. Social studies 7

    Homework Help: SS Help Posted by I like Cats on Thursday, October 6, 2016 at 12:47pm. 1. The U.S. Constitution calls for how many branches of government? A. two B. three •• C. Four D. Five 2. Which of the following responsibilities are held by the

  76. American Government

    Legislation that contains ambiguous language....? A. is easy to implement B. allows for discretion on the part of those implementing the law C. prevents implementation of laws that are inconsistent with congressional intent D. is a typical strategy that

  77. ETHICS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE

    When is noble-case corruption, such as the Dirty Harry problem, justifiable? Must law enforcement use extreme means to catch criminals? Explain your answer in a 200-300 word reply.

  78. college

    When is noble-case corruption, such as the Dirty Harry problem, justifiable? Must law enforcement use extreme means to catch criminals? Explain your answer in a 200-300 word reply.

  79. Law

    Research and identify a labor law that is specific to your state. Share a brief summary of the law with us and discuss why you believe this law is or is not important to the employer-employee relationship.

  80. civics

    Hey, I would appreciate any help with this, Thank youuuu! Which of the following is an example of checks and balances? Select all that apply. A. The judicial branch can rule a new law unconstitutional. B. The judicial branch can veto presidential pardons.

  81. Mathematics

    Please note that I'll be using the following notations as follows, throughout the question. VX - For all X (Universal Quantifier) EX - For some X(Existential quantifier) Consider the logic formulas G1 and G2 : G1 : (VX)[ P(X) V Q(X) ] --> (VX)P(X) V

  82. socialstudies PLEASE CHECK MY ANSWERS

    1. The two kinds of courts that make up Georgia’s judicial branch are A. Crime and traffic courts B. Trial and appellate courts C.Juvenile and recorder courts D.Felony and misdemeanor courts***** 2. A case in which a group of individual claims that

  83. Social Studies

    1. The two kinds of courts that make up Georgia’s judicial branch are A. Crime and traffic courts B. Trial and appellate courts C.Juvenile and recorder courts D.Felony and misdemeanor courts***** 2. A case in which a group of individual claims that

  84. Social Studies-I need help on this 1st part--Thank

    1. The two kinds of courts that make up Georgia’s judicial branch are A. Crime and traffic courts B. Trial and appellate courts C.Juvenile and recorder courts D.Felony and misdemeanor courts***** 2. A case in which a group of individual claims that

  85. Civics

    The president signs a new bill into law. Some people believe the new bill is unconstitutional. According to the system of checks and balances, what can be done? 1. The Supreme Court can enact a new law to cancel the old. 2. The country can vote to overturn

  86. civics

    Which of the following do we call a Supreme Court judge who uses his or her power to create new law? A. judicial activist B. legislative judge C. strict constitutionalist D. loose constitutionalist I think its either judicial activist or a legislative

  87. Law

    How do law reports help drive judicial precedent? Thank you.

  88. Ethics in Criminal Justice

    Which of the following, according to Carl Klockars, is NOT an important consideration in determining whether the good ends of police work justify immoral means in a given scenario? A. Are there other, non-dirty, means that may be effective but that we may

  89. government

    The facts of a case a. are largely irrelevant, in that the judiciary has wide freedom with decisions. b. affect which law or laws will apply to the case. c. are important only if the case involves a statutory dispute. d. are important only if the case

  90. Astrophysics

    I'm having trouble understanding the formulas for determining a planet's distance and mass. A planet's distance is related to the period of revolution and the mass of the central star (e.g, the sun). The relationship is called Kepler's Third law. Distance

  91. History

    Which branch of government is Article III about? Who is given judicial power? How many justices are on the Supreme Court? Who appoints a justice to the Supreme Court? Who confirms the nomination? P. 26 How long is the term? P. 26 Why is this the length of

  92. Bus law

    Why is the United State a “common law country”? We're a common law country because we follow precedents established over hundreds of years in Britain and the U.S. Common law is followed except when statutory law opposes a specific practice. Check this

  93. AED 204

    explain in no more than 150 words per law, what requirements each law places on educators in their classrooms Case Law Brown v Board of Education Parc v The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Mills v Board of Education Section 504 of Public Law 93-112 Public Law

  94. Business law? torts

    I am looking for newspaper article describing any torts? Or I will happy if u do that for me, if u do so what is the article What is the “ issue”? Does it meet all of the requirements in your opinion, based on the facts you have? How should the court

  95. Quantitative Analysis

    Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) results in the calculation of the F Statistic and interpretation of this statistic will inform you as to...? A. Which mean significantly differs from others B. Whether one or more of the means is significantly defferent from

  96. Civics

    "__________ should be upheld by all political parties. They would neither advise others to break the law, nor encourage others to do so even when the strongly disagree with the legislation put forward by the government of the day.' Which phrase or term

  97. politics

    A case challenging the rapidly growing public debt would likely NOT be considered by the Supreme Court because it is a: A. question already settled in prior court decisions. B. question that might cause Congress to limit judicial salaries. C. case that

  98. American Government

    1. Justice Stephen Breyer stated, “people need to understand the importance of the Court as an institution, even though the Court’s decisions may at times be unpopular and possibly wrong,” Explain how this statement relates to the concepts of

  99. philosophy 1290

    2. In 2004 Z is having a conversation with his friend X and X’s wife Y. Y is a U.S. citizen and a ‘Bushy’ (a supporter of George W. Bush). She is planning on voting for Bush in the upcoming presidential election. Z and X (both are Canadian citizens,

  100. Philsophy

    Please help! I need a case of scientific fraud where the scientist was working alone and unwilling to cooperate/get reviewed by other scientists. (the standard of openness must apply) goggle doesnt help at all, as my case is so specific!

Pages

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20