5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- A set of laws made by the courts that provide a series of consistent rules that later courts must follow.
- A system of rules of conduct established by a country's government to maintain stability and justice according to the values that are relevant to that country.
- The time limits for when a plaintiff may sue a defendant.
- Treating people fairly and equally.
4 True/False questions
Why does the Supreme Court decide to hear a case? → Lower courts disagree on how to resolve the case.
administrative law → Not a step in a trial.
constitution → A country's formal document that spells out the principles by which its government operates.
statute → Treating people fairly and equally.