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Which of the following is the written opinion of the majority of judges in a case?
a) Majority Opinion b) Concurring Opinion c) Dissenting Opinion d) Unanimous Opinion
Which of the following is an opinion that agrees with the majority but for different reasons?
a) Majority Opinion b) Concurring Opinion c) Dissenting Opinion d) Unanimous Opinion
Which of the following is an opinion that disagrees with the majority?
a) Majority Opinion b) Concurring Opinion c) Dissenting Opinion d) Unanimous Opinion
Which of the following is an opinion that all judges agree on?
a) Majority Opinion b) Concurring Opinion c) Dissenting Opinion d) Unanimous Opinion
I am a judge that agrees with the majority but for different reasons. What kind of opinion would I write?
a) Unanimous Opinion b) Concurring Opinion c) Majority Decision d) Dissenting Opinion
When cases provide a basis for future rulings they are known as?
a) Majority Opinions b) Dissenting Opinions c) Precedence d) Writ of Certiorari
Which of the following means determining how close a law follows the constitution?
a) Original Jurisdiction b) Appellate Jurisdiction c) Judicial Review d) Writ of Certiorari
I want to appoint a Federal Judge. What office must I hold?
a) Vice President b) Chief Justice of the Supreme Court c) President d) Secretary of the Judiciary
Which of the following is the correct order of a Supreme Court ruling?
a) Law is challenged, Briefs are filed, the judges discuss the case, a ruling is issued b) Briefs are filed, Judges discuss the case, law is challenged, a ruling is issued c) A ruling is issued, judges discuss the case, law is challenged, briefs are filed d) Briefs are filed, a ruling is issued, Judges discuss the case, law is challenged
Which of the following is a written document explaining a side of a case?
a) Writ of Certiorari b) Habeus Corpus c) Brief d) Stare Decisis
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