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Which of the following courts has appellate jurisdiction?
a) US Supreme Court
b) District Court
c) Small Claims Court
d) Civil Courts

If the US Supreme Court finds that a law is unconstitutional, what is the next step?
a) The law remains a law
b) The law is sent back to Congress for Review
c) The law is sent back to the President for Review
d) The law is Nullified or Cancelled.

What must happen for the US Supreme Court to review a law's constitutionality?
a) The law must be passed
b) The law must be challenged and be a federal issue
c) The law must be challenged and be a state issue
d) The law must be vetoed

Which of the following courts has Original Jurisdiction over cases involving a dispute between states?
a) Florida Supreme Court
b) District Court
c) US Supreme Court
d) Small Claims Court

How many Justices sit on the US Supreme Court?
a) 10
b) 5
c) 6
d) 9

What do Appellate Courts do?
a) Try Civil Cases
b) Assess the fairness of a previous trial
c) Try Criminal Cases
d) Try cases involving State disputes

Which Court is at the top of the United States' court system?
a) Florida Supreme Court
b) US Supreme Court
c) Appellate Courts
d) District Courts

Which of the following cases would the US Supreme Court not have original jurisdiction over?
a) Disputes between States
b) Cases involving diplomats
c) Road Maintenance Disputes between Florida and Georgia
d) Civil Cases

Does the US Supreme Court have to hear every case that is appealed to them?
a) Yes
b) No
c) Maybe
d) Don't Know!!

How many justices in the US Supreme Court must agree to form a majority?
a) 5
b) 3
c) 1
d) 9

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