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  • State court or Federal court? 15 questions
  • 1. A criminal robs a man on the street.
  • 2. Timothy McVeigh blows up the federal courthouse in Oklahoma City. April 19, 1995
  • 3. A man sells drugs.
  • 4. Two people of different races cannot marry Loving v. Virginia
  • 5. Men and women are treated differently when asking to look after the affairs of their deceased son. Reed v. Reed
  • 6. A man is assaulted on a downtown street
  • 7. A bathroom in a school is vandalized
  • 8. The back door of the U.S. Capitol building is vandalized
  • 9. California sues Nevada over Lake Tahoe pollution
  • 10. A businesswoman files for bankruptcy
  • 11. A man is caught shoplifting
  • 12. A 10-year-old thinks the law is unfair to lock him up in jail
  • 13. A young woman and her mother get a deportation heading because they have overstayed their tourist visas. Nadia and Naxmin Habib
  • 15. Ralph Lauren wants the U.S. Polo Association to stop using a trademark similar to his.
  • ANSWERS
  • 1. A criminal robs a man on the street.
  • 1. A criminal robs a man on the street. State court
  • 2. Timothy McVeigh blows up the federal courthouse in Oklahoma City. April 19, 1995
  • 2. Timothy McVeigh blows up the federal courthouse in Oklahoma City. Federal court Federal workers killed on the job. April 19, 1995
  • 3. A man sells drugs.
  • 3. A man sells drugs. State court
  • 4. Two people of different races cannot marry Loving v. Virginia
  • 4. Two people of different races cannot marry Loving v. Virginia Federal court Constitutional Issue: (equal protection under the law)
  • 5. Men and women are treated differently when asking to look after the affairs of their deceased son. Reed v. Reed
  • 5. Men and women are treated differently when asking to look after the affairs of their deceased son. Reed v. Reed Federal court Constitutional Issue: (equal protection under the law)
  • 6 .A man is assaulted on a downtown street
  • 6. A man is assaulted on a downtown street State court
  • 7. A bathroom in a school is vandalized
  • 7. A bathroom in a school is vandalized State court
  • 8. The back door of the U.S. Capitol building is vandalized
  • 8. The back door of the U.S. Capitol building is vandalized Federal court Crime on Federal property
  • 9. California sues Nevada over Lake Tahoe pollution
  • 9. California sues Nevada over Lake Tahoe pollution Federal court State versus State
  • 10. A businesswoman files for bankruptcy
  • 10. A businesswoman files for bankruptcy Federal court bankruptcy
  • 11. A man is caught shoplifting
  • 11. A man is caught shoplifting State court
  • 12. A 10-year-old thinks the law is unfair to lock him up in jail
  • 12. A 10-year-old thinks the law is unfair to lock him up in jail Federal court Constitutional Issue: (cruel and unusual punishment)
  • 13. A young woman and her mother get a deportation heading because they have overstayed their tourist visas. Nadia and Naxmin Habib
  • 13. A young woman and her mother get a deportation heading because they have overstayed their tourist visas. Nadia and Naxmin Habib Federal court Immigration
  • 15. Ralph Lauren wants the U.S. Polo Association to stop using a trademark similar to his.
  • 15. Ralph Lauren wants the U.S. Polo Association to stop using a trademark similar to his. Federal court Trademark case