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Which of the following is not a court in the US court system?
a) US District Court b) US Circuit Court c) US Supreme Court d) US Court of Appeals
Where do all federal cases begin?
a) US District Court b) US Circuit Court c) US Supreme Court d) US Court of Appeals
How many District Courts are there?
a) 100 b) 94 c) 73 d) 50
If you loose a case in the US Distrcit Court, whom do you appeal to?
a) US District Court b) US Federal Review Court c) US Master Court d) US Court of Appeals
What type of cases do the US Courts handle?
a) Cases involving problems with other countries b) Cases involving state laws. c) Cases involving Foreign Leaders d) Cases involving Federal Crimes
What is Original Jurisdiction?
a) The power of a court to hear a case before anyone else b) The power of a court to refuse to try a case c) The power of a court to change its rules d) The power of a court ot review the decision of a lower court
What type of Jurisdiction does the US Court of Appeals and the US Supreme Court have?
a) Original b) Appellate c) Major d) Final
What is the highest court in the whole country?
a) US District Court b) US Court of Appeals c) US Supreme Court d) US Final Court
The power of a the court to determine if something is constitutional is known as what?
a) Judicial Review b) Final Verdict c) Appellate Review d) Major Questioning
What court case establish Judicial Review?
a) Gideon vs. Wainwright b) Plessy vs. Ferguson c) Marbury vs. Madison d) McCulloch vs. Maryland
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