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Federal judges serve terms of this length:
a) 4 years b) life c) 20 years d) 6 years
The Supreme Court has this type of jurisdiction in cases involving the federal government:
a) appellate b) special c) supreme d) original
This is the type of jurisdiction the Supreme Court has that means it also hears cases that lower courts have already heard:
a) primary b) apellate c) secondary d) original
Criminal trials shall be held where:
a) State where the crime was committed b) Congress c) Supreme Court d) State that has the strictest sentences
This means that each state will recognize the laws of all other states:
a) due process b) recognizus fullus c) equal protection d) full faith and credit
This means that a person accused of a crime in a state shall be transported back to that state:
a) prosecution b) transpiration c) extradition d) jurisdiction
The Constitution guarantees this form of government to all states:
a) democratic b) monarchical c) republican d) autocratic
This proportion of Congress needs to support an amendment for the process to begin:
a) 2/3 b) 3/5 c) 3/4 d) 1/2
The Constitution states the federal government will protect the states against invasion and this:
a) foul weather b) domestic violence c) disease d) unemployment
Members of the federal government and state governments cannot be submitted to this kind of test:
a) literacy b) civics c) mathematics d) religious
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