5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Administrative Power
- Government in the Sunshine Act
- Appeals court
- Default judgement
- a Appoint the head of the Agency, give Executive orders, and have veto powers.
- b Can reverse, modify, amend, or confirm a decison.
- c Judgement against a defendant who fails to respond to a complaint.
- d Who determine questions of facts.
- e Cannot have a quorome. Meetings must be in public.
5 Multiple choice questions
- having a reason to stand infront of the judge.
- 14th Amendment
- A final binding determination on the merits made by the judge after the contrary to the jury's verdict.
- Having a right to most records of federal adminstrative agencies.
- Judicial review after exhausting all adminstrative remedies.
5 True/False questions
Rule → The whole or part of an agency statement of general or particular applicability and future effect designed to implement, interpret, or process law or policy.
Procedural rules → Have jurisdiction over cases in a particular area of federal law and includes the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, the Tax Court, Bankruptcy Court, and Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.
Judges → Who determine questions of facts.
Judicial Branch → Interpret the law
Special Courts → Can reverse, modify, amend, or confirm a decison.