The Federal Judiciary
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This is the authority of a court to hear or review a case after it has been decided at a lower court level.
This is the judicial philosophy of using the interpretive power of the courts to correct legal injustices.
This is the judicial philosophy of upholding all previously established laws unless there is a clear violation of the Constitution.
This is the name given to the written decision of a case that has been agreed to by more than half of the Supreme Court.
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