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Social Studies - Supreme Court Cases
Marbury v. Madison
McCulloh v. Maryland
Dred Scott v. Sandford
Plessy v. Fergusson
Established Supreme Court power of judicial review.
Established federal governments power over the states.
Denied citizenship to African American slaves.
Upheld "separate but equal" segregations laws.
Marbury v. Madison
Established Supreme Court power of judicial review.
McCulloh v. Maryland
Established federal governments power over the states.
8 terms
Social studies supreme Court
Branch of government that is the supre…
Which article of the Constitution crea…
What is the role of the supreme Court?
Name for judge?
Judicial branch
Article 3
To decide if laws are unconstitutional or constitutional
Justices
Branch of government that is the supre…
Judicial branch
Which article of the Constitution crea…
Article 3
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Social Studies Supreme Court
Defendant
Plaintiff
Jurisdiction
Judiciary Act of 1789
The party/person on which the case is being
The party/person bringing the charges (or a case) to court
The right and power to interpret and apply the laws
Est. the federal court system (including Supreme Court) power…
Defendant
The party/person on which the case is being
Plaintiff
The party/person bringing the charges (or a case) to court
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Social Studies ~ The Supreme Court
accessory
accomplice
accusation
accused
1. a person who aids or contributes to a crime as a subordina…
one who voluntarily joins another in committing a crime ; an…
a charge of wrongdoing against a person or corporation, in th…
the person charged with a crime the "defendant"
accessory
1. a person who aids or contributes to a crime as a subordina…
accomplice
one who voluntarily joins another in committing a crime ; an…
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Social studies supreme court vocab
Affirmative Action
Brief
Civil rights Movement
Dissenting opinion
Programs that favor races because of their discrimination fro…
A written legal argument
movement led by African Americans and their followers in orde…
The opinion that rivals the final decision
Affirmative Action
Programs that favor races because of their discrimination fro…
Brief
A written legal argument
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Social Studies Supreme Court Vocabulary
Supreme Court
Court of Appeals
District Court
Federal Courts
Court that only reviews some cases, usually about the constit…
Reviews cases to see if the trial court made a mistake
The trial court in the federal system
Courts that hear disputes about laws that apply to the entire…
Supreme Court
Court that only reviews some cases, usually about the constit…
Court of Appeals
Reviews cases to see if the trial court made a mistake
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Social Studies Section Supreme Court
Judicial review
Opinion
Judicial activism
Judicial restraint
The power to overturn any law that that the Court decides is…
A written statement explaining the reasons for the decision
An effort by judges to take an active role in policymaking by…
An effort by judges to avoid overturning laws and to leave po…
Judicial review
The power to overturn any law that that the Court decides is…
Opinion
A written statement explaining the reasons for the decision
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Social Studies - Supreme Court Section
What type of government did the Articl…
Who creates the inferior courts?
What are the two court systems in the…
Plaintiff
None, courts in different states didn't listen to each other.
Congress-appeals-district
National Court System and State Court System
the person who files a lawsuit; he/she may choose a state or…
What type of government did the Articl…
None, courts in different states didn't listen to each other.
Who creates the inferior courts?
Congress-appeals-district
[Social Studies] U.S. Supreme Court
What is Judicial Review?
What is the primary purpose of Judicia…
What does the Supreme Court choose?
What happens if the Supreme Court refu…
The Supreme Court of the United States determines the constit…
To determine whether or not laws are legal under the Constitu…
Which cases it hears
The decision of the lower court stands
What is Judicial Review?
The Supreme Court of the United States determines the constit…
What is the primary purpose of Judicia…
To determine whether or not laws are legal under the Constitu…
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Social Studies Supreme Court Vocal Terms
jurisdiction
discrimination
segregation
subpoena
the official power to make legal decisions
favoring or disapproving of someone based on race, religion,…
separation of people based on race, religion, etc.
a writ ordering court attendance
jurisdiction
the official power to make legal decisions
discrimination
favoring or disapproving of someone based on race, religion,…
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EC-6th Social Studies- Supreme Court Cases
Marbury vs. Madison 1803
Fred Scott vs. Sanford 1857
Plessy vs. Ferguson 1896
Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka…
established the concept of judicial review, the idea that the…
decision that slaves were not protected by the constitution a…
separate but equal, this was overturned by the brown vs. boar…
ruled that segregation in education creates inequality, led t…
Marbury vs. Madison 1803
established the concept of judicial review, the idea that the…
Fred Scott vs. Sanford 1857
decision that slaves were not protected by the constitution a…
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Social Studies Studying Tool: Presidential Line of Succession & Supreme Court Justices
Joe Biden
Paul Ryan
Orrin Hatch
John Kerry
Vice President
Speaker of the House
President Pro Tempore
Secretary of State
Joe Biden
Vice President
Paul Ryan
Speaker of the House
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UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
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UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
8 terms
UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
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Supreme Court Case Studies
What was Plessy v. Ferguson about?
What did Plessy v. Ferguson challenge?
What was the majority opinion in the P…
What was the argument supporting the P…
The legality of Segregation by Race
The constitutionality of "Jim Crow" practices and segregation
The Supreme Court upheld the practice of segregation in the f…
1. that the legal distinction between races does not destroy…
What was Plessy v. Ferguson about?
The legality of Segregation by Race
What did Plessy v. Ferguson challenge?
The constitutionality of "Jim Crow" practices and segregation
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SOCIAL STUDIES STAAR STUDY GUIDE 2K16 (Supreme Court Decisions)
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
Korematsu v. US (1944)
Delgado v. Bastrop ISD (1948)
Hernandez v. Texas (1954)
Segregation and "separate but equal" facilities in constituti…
War time internment of Japanese-Americans is ruled constituti…
Segregation of Mexican American students in Texas schools is…
Mexican American cannot be systematically excluded from juries
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
Segregation and "separate but equal" facilities in constituti…
Korematsu v. US (1944)
War time internment of Japanese-Americans is ruled constituti…
Key Supreme Court Cases, Social Studies EC-6 291
Marbury vs. Madison (1803)
McCulloch vs. Maryland (1809)
Dred Scott vs. Sanford (1857)
Plessy vs. Ferguson (1896)
Held that the Supreme Court could strike doen an act of Congr…
Established the doctrine of implied powers. The federal gover…
Ruled that African Americans were not U.S. citizens and could…
Ruled that "seperate but equal" facilities were constitutiona…
Marbury vs. Madison (1803)
Held that the Supreme Court could strike doen an act of Congr…
McCulloch vs. Maryland (1809)
Established the doctrine of implied powers. The federal gover…
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UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
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STAAR 8th Social Studies Supreme Court Cases - TEKS 5G, 18B, 18C
Marbury v. Madison
McCulloch v. Maryland
Gibbons v. Ogden
Worcester v. Georgia
1804 - Established judicial review precedent
1819 - States can't tax federal property
1824 - Federal government controls interstate commerce
1832 - Georgia couldn't take Cherokee lands (Jackson ignored…
Marbury v. Madison
1804 - Established judicial review precedent
McCulloch v. Maryland
1819 - States can't tax federal property
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Supreme Court Case Studies
Marbury v. Madison
McCulloch v. Maryland
Gibbons v. Ogden
Dred Scott v. Sandford
Entitled to an appointment
refused to pay taxes on the bank
regulate interstate commerce
residence in a free state made one man free but not in a slav…
Marbury v. Madison
Entitled to an appointment
McCulloch v. Maryland
refused to pay taxes on the bank
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UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
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Supreme Court Case Studies
Engel v. Vitale (1962)
Town of Greece v. Galloway (2014)
West Virginia Board of Education v. Ba…
Wisconsin v Yoder (1972)
Facts of the case: The board of regents in New York authorize…
At official public board meetings governed by a five-member t…
Jehovah's Witnesses were being expelled from schools for refu…
Amish people refused to send their kids to school past the ei…
Engel v. Vitale (1962)
Facts of the case: The board of regents in New York authorize…
Town of Greece v. Galloway (2014)
At official public board meetings governed by a five-member t…
12 terms
Supreme Court Case Studies
Marbury vs. Madison
McCulloch vs. Maryland
Gibbons vs. Ogden
Plessy vs. Ferguson
Established the supreme court's piwer of judicial review; gav…
Established that congress had the constitutional power to cha…
First to deal with the clause of the constitution that allows…
Upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation by ruling…
Marbury vs. Madison
Established the supreme court's piwer of judicial review; gav…
McCulloch vs. Maryland
Established that congress had the constitutional power to cha…
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Supreme Court Case Studies
McCulloch vs Maryland
Gibbon vs Ogden
Dred scott vs Sandford
Plessy vs ferguson
refused to pay taxes on the bank
State law gave 2 individuals the right to operate steamboats…
residence in a free state are made a free man
Law required seperate railway cars for black and white
McCulloch vs Maryland
refused to pay taxes on the bank
Gibbon vs Ogden
State law gave 2 individuals the right to operate steamboats…
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UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
11 terms
Supreme Court Case Studies
Becca
Texas v. Johnson
Plessy v. Ferguson
Brown v. Board of Education
Schwab
Flag burning... Freedom of Speech (Symbolic speech)... 5-4 in suppo…
Plessy attempted to sit in an all white railroad car being 1/…
Black children were denied admission to public schools. Segre…
Becca
Schwab
Texas v. Johnson
Flag burning... Freedom of Speech (Symbolic speech)... 5-4 in suppo…
30 terms
supreme court study guide
Appeals Court
Appellate Jurisdiction
Brief
Circuit
A court that reviews decisions in lower disitrict courts
The authority of a court to hear a case appealed from a lower…
A written document explaining the position of one side or the…
The area of jurisdiction of a federal court of appeals
Appeals Court
A court that reviews decisions in lower disitrict courts
Appellate Jurisdiction
The authority of a court to hear a case appealed from a lower…
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Supreme Court Study Guide
Korematsu vs. U.S.
Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka…
Loving vs. Virginia
Jones vs. Mayer
ordered Japanese Americans into internment camps during World…
declared state laws establishing separate public schools for…
a white man and a black women were sent to prison by the Virg…
the federal law bars all racial discrimination in sale or ren…
Korematsu vs. U.S.
ordered Japanese Americans into internment camps during World…
Brown vs. Board of Education of Topeka…
declared state laws establishing separate public schools for…
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Supreme Court Study Guide
These court derive their power from th…
A trial court has
People engaged in lawsuits are called
A formal accusation handed down by the…
Federal court
Original jurisdiction
Litigants
Indictment
These court derive their power from th…
Federal court
A trial court has
Original jurisdiction
UIL Social Studies Supreme Court Cases (2014-2015)
Bush v. Gore
Marbury v. Madison
United States v. Nixon
Clinton v. City of New York
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
Year: 1974... Facts: The prosecutor and the defendants sought a…
Year: 1998... Facts: The case combined the two separate cancell…
Bush v. Gore
Year: 2000... Facts: Case over dispute of presidential election…
Marbury v. Madison
Year: 1803... Facts: William Marbury, was designated as a justi…
21 terms
Supreme Court Case Study
Argued that schools were integrated en…
Led to rights being recited with every…
Resulted in " separate but equal".
Argued that federal licenses outweighe…
Swan v. Charlotte- Mecklenburg
Miranda v. Arizona
Plessy v. Ferguson
Gibbons v. Ogden
Argued that schools were integrated en…
Swan v. Charlotte- Mecklenburg
Led to rights being recited with every…
Miranda v. Arizona
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Supreme Court Study Guide
Everson v Board of Ed
Zorach v Clauson
Engle v Vitale
Abington School District v Schempp
Summary: Children being bussed to religious schools... Q: The t…
Summary: Children wanted to leave school to attend church.…
Summary: State prayer in school is not forcible.... Q: The plai…
Summary: The Abington case concerns Bible-reading in Pennsylv…
Everson v Board of Ed
Summary: Children being bussed to religious schools... Q: The t…
Zorach v Clauson
Summary: Children wanted to leave school to attend church.…
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The Supreme Court Study Guide
Liberal
Conservative
Bipartisan
Constitutional democracy
They are people who supports active involvement in social and…
A person who wants government involvement in social and econo…
It is or of involving the agreement or cooperation of two pol…
A government that enforces recognized limits on those who gov…
Liberal
They are people who supports active involvement in social and…
Conservative
A person who wants government involvement in social and econo…
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Supreme Court study guide
McCulloch v. Maryland
enjoin
majority opinion
jurisdiction
established the "supremacy clause"
when the judge prohibits an action
opinion by more than half the justices that agree
the right to try and decide a case
McCulloch v. Maryland
established the "supremacy clause"
enjoin
when the judge prohibits an action
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Supreme Court Study Guide
Marbury v. Madison
McCullock v. maryland
Dred Scott v. Sanford
Plessy v. Ferguson
Example that Supreme Court has the final say
State power vs. Federal Power... Elastic Cause
Property rights vs. human rights
Seperate but equal doctrine established
Marbury v. Madison
Example that Supreme Court has the final say
McCullock v. maryland
State power vs. Federal Power... Elastic Cause
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Supreme Court Study Guide
Jurisdiction
Concurrent Jurisdiction
Original Jurisdiction
Appellate Jurisdiction
the official power to make legal decisions and judgements (au…
authority shared by both federal and state courts have jusris…
court in which a case is originally tried, this is called a t…
Court of Appeals: a higher court can review decisions made by…
Jurisdiction
the official power to make legal decisions and judgements (au…
Concurrent Jurisdiction
authority shared by both federal and state courts have jusris…
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Supreme Court Study Guide
Plaintiff
Defendant
Civil Law
Precedents
Complainer or Accuser
the accused person being sued
Body of law that deals with the law that no crimes are being…
Established law based on previous cases
Plaintiff
Complainer or Accuser
Defendant
the accused person being sued
Supreme Court Study guide
Appellate Jurisdiction
Briefs
Concurrent Jurisdiction
Conference
is the power of a higher court to review decisions and change…
a written legal argument, stating the legal reasons for the s…
Where two or more courts from different systems have authorit…
A formal meeting for discussion
Appellate Jurisdiction
is the power of a higher court to review decisions and change…
Briefs
a written legal argument, stating the legal reasons for the s…
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Supreme Court Study Guide
Marbury vs. Madison
McCulloch vs. Maryland
Gibbons vs. Orden
Cherokee Nation vs. Georgia
sets up Judicial Review
supremacy clause- National Government cannot be taxed
Interstate commerce clause- federal power to regulate interst…
Cherokee nation doesn't have to move- later on, Andrew Jackso…
Marbury vs. Madison
sets up Judicial Review
McCulloch vs. Maryland
supremacy clause- National Government cannot be taxed
48 terms
Supreme Court Study Guide
Anti-Federalists
Incorporation Doctrine/Selective Incor…
Barron vs. Baltimore (1833)
Dred Scott Decision (1857)
wanted Bill of Rights (first 10 Amendments)
extended the Bill of Rights to the states in the 14th Amendment
- 1833... - Marshall on the case... - Baltimore lowered water level…
- 1857... - slaves = property and are not human beings
Anti-Federalists
wanted Bill of Rights (first 10 Amendments)
Incorporation Doctrine/Selective Incor…
extended the Bill of Rights to the states in the 14th Amendment
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Supreme Court Study Set
Marbury v. Madison
McCulloch v. Maryland
Gibbons v. Ogden
US. v. Lopez
Background: Created the basis for judicial review; it helped…
Background: Maryland tried to tax the Second National Bank. M…
Background: The state of New York gave Aaron Ogden an exclusi…
Background:The case arose out of the Gun-Free School Zones Ac…
Marbury v. Madison
Background: Created the basis for judicial review; it helped…
McCulloch v. Maryland
Background: Maryland tried to tax the Second National Bank. M…
20 terms
Supreme Court Study Guide
What is the US Federal Court System's…
What is jurisdiction?
What is exclusive jurisdiction?
What is concurrent jurisdiction?
-Determine what laws have been broken and what penalties shou…
authority to hear and decide a case
sole right to hear a case
cases that fall under state and federal jurisdiction
What is the US Federal Court System's…
-Determine what laws have been broken and what penalties shou…
What is jurisdiction?
authority to hear and decide a case
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Supreme Court Cases STUDY
Schenk v. United States
Gitlow v. New York
Tinker v. Des Moines
Texas v. Johnson
established that speech which evokes a "clear and present dan…
established that speech could be restricted even if it only h…
established that public school students do not "shed their co…
established that burning the American flag is an example of p…
Schenk v. United States
established that speech which evokes a "clear and present dan…
Gitlow v. New York
established that speech could be restricted even if it only h…
24 terms
Supreme Court Study Set
Dredd Scott v Sanford 1857
Plessy v Ferguson 1896
Brown v Topeka Board Of Education 1954
Marbury v Madison 1803
Issue: Slavery, freedom based on state.... Summary: Slaves were…
Issue: 14th amendment "separate but equal"... Summary: Separate…
Issue: 14th amendment "separate but equal"... Summary: Overturne…
Issue: Enforcing Judiciary Act- Writ of Mandamus Supremacy Cl…
Dredd Scott v Sanford 1857
Issue: Slavery, freedom based on state.... Summary: Slaves were…
Plessy v Ferguson 1896
Issue: 14th amendment "separate but equal"... Summary: Separate…
31 terms
Supreme Court Study Guide
These Courts derive their power from t…
A trial court has what type of jurisdi…
A formal accusation handed down by the…
One of these appellate courts is in ea…
Federal courts.
Original Jurisdiction.
An indictment.
District courts.
These Courts derive their power from t…
Federal courts.
A trial court has what type of jurisdi…
Original Jurisdiction.
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Supreme Court study guide
What are the 3 types of jurisdictions…
What is original jurisdiction?
What is appellate jurisdiction?
The Supreme Court is what?
Federal- the case is heard in the federal court system ... State…
The first court to hear the case
A court that hears cases appeals from a lower court
It's the last resort in the highest law of the land
What are the 3 types of jurisdictions…
Federal- the case is heard in the federal court system ... State…
What is original jurisdiction?
The first court to hear the case
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Supreme Court Cases to Study
Marbury v. Madison
McCulloch v. Maryland
Plessy v. Ferguson
Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
The 1803 case in which the Supreme Court asserted its power t…
An 1819 Supreme Court decision that established the supremacy…
An 1896 Supreme Court decision that provided a constitutional…
The 1954 Supreme Court decision holding that school segregati…
Marbury v. Madison
The 1803 case in which the Supreme Court asserted its power t…
McCulloch v. Maryland
An 1819 Supreme Court decision that established the supremacy…
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