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  • Scotus

    1. 1. Judicial Branch
    2. 2. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    3. 3. 3 point clue Head of the Activist Court.2 point clue1 point clue
    4. 4. 3 point clue Head of the Activist Court.2 point clue Tinker v. Des Moines was in session during this court case.1 point clue
    5. 5. 3 point clue Head of the Activist Court.2 point clue Tinker v. Des Moines was in session during this court case.1 point clue The court justice with the most controversial cases.
    6. 6. Earl Warren3 point clue Head of the Activist Court.2 point clue Tinker v. Des Moines was in session during this court case.1 point clue The court justice with the most controversial cases.
    7. 7. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    8. 8. 3 point clue Bush v. Gore involved this issue.2 point clue1 point clue
    9. 9. 3 point clue Bush v. Gore involved this issue.2 point clue Strict constructionism is equivalent to this term.1 point clue
    10. 10. 3 point clue Bush v. Gore involved this issue.2 point clue Strict constructionism is equivalent to this term.1 point clue The principle where judicial review should be used
    11. 11. Judicial Restraint3 point clue Bush v. Gore involved this issue.2 point clue Strict constructionism is equivalent to this term.1 point clue The principle where judicial review should be used
    12. 12. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    13. 13. 3 point clue Brown v. Board of Ed uses this.2 point clue1 point clue
    14. 14. 3 point clue Brown v. Board of Ed uses this.2 point clue Marbury v. Madison expanded this.1 point clue
    15. 15. 3 point clue Brown v. Board of Ed uses this.2 point clue Marbury v. Madison expanded this.1 point clue Judicial Activism relates to this as well as judicial restraint, but not as much.
    16. 16. Judicial Interpretation3 point clue Brown v. Board of Ed uses this.2 point clue Marbury v. Madison expanded this.1 point clue Judicial Activism relates to this as well as judicial restraint, but not as much.
    17. 17. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    18. 18. 3 point clue Equivalent to stare decis.2 point clue1 point clue
    19. 19. 3 point clue Equivalent to stare decis.2 point clue Based on judicial precedent.1 point clue
    20. 20. 3 point clue Equivalent to stare decis.2 point clue Based on judicial precedent.1 point clue Also called a case law.
    21. 21. Common Law3 point clue Equivalent to stare decis.2 point clue Based on judicial precedent.1 point clue Also called a case law.
    22. 22. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    23. 23. 3 point clue All states accept this except Louisiana.2 point clue1 point clue
    24. 24. 3 point clue All states accept this except Louisiana.2 point clue Involves the Constitutional, Administrative, and Criminal Law.1 point clue
    25. 25. 3 point clue All states accept this except Louisiana.2 point clue Involves the Constitutional, Administrative, and Criminal Law.1 point clue Laws involving individuals and state.
    26. 26. Public Law3 point clue All states accept this except Louisiana.2 point clue Involves the Constitutional, Administrative, and Criminal Law.1 point clue Laws involving individuals and state.
    27. 27. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    28. 28. 3 point clue Dred Scott v. Sandford involved with this issue.2 point clue1 point clue
    29. 29. 3 point clue Dred Scott v. Sandford involved with this issue.2 point clue Involves the 14th and 5th amendment.1 point clue
    30. 30. 3 point clue Dred Scott v. Sandford involved with this issue.2 point clue Involves the 14th and 5th amendment.1 point clue Protects natural rights without law.
    31. 31. Due Process3 point clue Dred Scott v. Sandford involved with this issue.2 point clue Involves the 14th and 5th amendment.1 point clue Protects natural rights without law.
    32. 32. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    33. 33. 3 point clue Mapp v. Ohio made states reject this issue.2 point clue1 point clue
    34. 34. 3 point clue Mapp v. Ohio made states reject this issue.2 point clue This issue involves the Forth and Fifth amendment.1 point clue
    35. 35. 3 point clue Mapp v. Ohio made states reject this issue.2 point clue This issue involves the Forth and Fifth amendment.1 point clue Unauthorized search and seizure is illegal in court because of this rule. Also called “fruit of the poison tree”.
    36. 36. Exclusionary Rule3 point clue Mapp v. Ohio made states reject this issue.2 point clue This issue involves the Forth and Fifth amendment.1 point clue Unauthorized search and seizure is illegal in court because of this rule. Also called “fruit of the poison tree”.
    37. 37. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    38. 38. 3 point clue Sometimes ALCU uses this in court cases.2 point clue1 point clue
    39. 39. 3 point clue Sometimes ALCU uses this in court cases.2 point clue Used for an advantage for interest groups.1 point clue
    40. 40. 3 point clue Sometimes ALCU uses this in court cases.2 point clue Used for an advantage for interest groups.1 point clue “Friend of the court”
    41. 41. Amicus Curiae3 point clue Sometimes ALCU uses this in court cases.2 point clue Used for an advantage for interest groups.1 point clue “Friend of the court”
    42. 42. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    43. 43. 3 point clue Manning v. Taft couldn’t be covered by this.2 point clue1 point clue
    44. 44. 3 point clue Manning v. Taft couldn’t be covered by this.2 point clue Gideon v. Wainwright involved with this issue.1 point clue
    45. 45. 3 point clue Manning v. Taft couldn’t be covered by this.2 point clue Gideon v. Wainwright involved with this issue.1 point clue “In character or manner of a pauper”
    46. 46. Informa Pauperis3 point clue Manning v. Taft couldn’t be covered by this.2 point clue Gideon v. Wainwright involved with this issue.1 point clue “In character or manner of a pauper”
    47. 47. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    48. 48. 3 point clue Now protects freedom of speech and press in states because of this court case.2 point clue1 point clue
    49. 49. 3 point clue Now protects freedom of speech and press in states because of this court case.2 point clue First case where Bill of Rights where applied to both states and government.1 point clue
    50. 50. 3 point clue Now protects freedom of speech and press in states because of this court case.2 point clue First case where Bill of Rights where applied to both states and government.1 point clue Ruled by letting the 14th Amendment stop states from violating the 1st Amendment in states.
    51. 51. Gitlow v. New York3 point clue Now protects freedom of speech and press in states because of this court case.2 point clue First case where Bill of Rights where applied to both states and government.1 point clue Ruled by letting the 14th Amendment stop states from violating the 1st Amendment in states.
    52. 52. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    53. 53. 3 point clue Resided over Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue1 point clue
    54. 54. 3 point clue Resided over Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue Helped to write the Federalist Papers1 point clue
    55. 55. 3 point clue Resided over Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue Helped to write the Federalist Papers1 point clue First Chief Justice of the United States
    56. 56. John Jay3 point clue Resided over Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue Helped to write the Federalist Papers1 point clue First Chief Justice of the United States
    57. 57. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    58. 58. 3 point clue2 point clue Resided over the case that would serve as a precedent to Griswold v. Connecticut1 point clue
    59. 59. 3 point clue2 point clue Resided over the case that would serve as a precedent to Griswold v. Connecticut1 point clue Famous cases dealt with abortion, executive privilege, and school desegregation
    60. 60. Warren Earl Burger3 point clue2 point clue Resided over the case that would serve as a precedent to Griswold v. Connecticut1 point clue Famous cases dealt with abortion, executive privilege, and school desegregation
    61. 61. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    62. 62. 3 point clue Judicial Activists advise the use of this power2 point clue1 point clue
    63. 63. 3 point clue Judicial Activists advise the use of this power2 point clue Brown v. Board of Education is an example of its use1 point clue
    64. 64. 3 point clue Judicial Activists advise the use of this power2 point clue Brown v. Board of Education is an example of its use1 point clue Marbury v. Madison created this power
    65. 65. Judicial Review3 point clue Judicial Activists advise the use of this power2 point clue Brown v. Board of Education is an example of its use1 point clue Marbury v. Madison created this power
    66. 66. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    67. 67. 3 point clue Boumediene v. Bush ruled this writ extended to enemy combatants, meaning they could not be detained without being charged2 point clue1 point clue
    68. 68. 3 point clue Boumediene v. Bush ruled this writ extended to enemy combatants, meaning they could not be detained without being charged2 point clue “Show me the body”1 point clue
    69. 69. 3 point clue Boumediene v. Bush ruled this writ extended to enemy combatants, meaning they could not be detained without being charged2 point clue “Show me the body”1 point clue President Lincoln suspended this at the start of the Civil War
    70. 70. Habeas Corpus3 point clue Boumediene v. Bush ruled this writ extended to enemy combatants, meaning they could not be detained without being charged2 point clue “Show me the body”1 point clue President Lincoln suspended this at the start of the Civil War
    71. 71. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    72. 72. 3 point clue Barron v. Baltimore led to its invention2 point clue1 point clue
    73. 73. 3 point clue Barron v. Baltimore led to its invention2 point clue Due Process Clause1 point clue
    74. 74. 3 point clue Barron v. Baltimore led to its invention2 point clue Due Process Clause1 point clue First part of the Constitution to mention equality for all citizens
    75. 75. The 14th Amendment3 point clue Barron v. Baltimore led to its invention2 point clue Due Process Clause1 point clue First part of the Constitution to mention equality for all citizens
    76. 76. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    77. 77. 3 point clue Used in the case Griswold v. Connecticut2 point clue1 point clue
    78. 78. 3 point clue Used in the case Griswold v. Connecticut2 point clue “ Let the decision stand” or “stand by things decided”1 point clue
    79. 79. 3 point clue Used in the case Griswold v. Connecticut2 point clue “ Let the decision stand” or “stand by things decided”1 point clue Precedent
    80. 80. Stare Decisis3 point clue Used in the case Griswold v. Connecticut2 point clue “ Let the decision stand” or “stand by things decided”1 point clue Precedent
    81. 81. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    82. 82. 3 point clue Adopted as a part of the 11th Amendment in response to Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue1 point clue
    83. 83. 3 point clue Adopted as a part of the 11th Amendment in response to Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue The 14th Amendment gives Congress the power to suspend it1 point clue
    84. 84. 3 point clue Adopted as a part of the 11th Amendment in response to Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue The 14th Amendment gives Congress the power to suspend it1 point clue Doctrine that means the state or sovereign can do no legal wrong
    85. 85. Sovereign Immunity3 point clue Adopted as a part of the 11th Amendment in response to Chisholm v. Georgia2 point clue The 14th Amendment gives Congress the power to suspend it1 point clue Doctrine that means the state or sovereign can do no legal wrong
    86. 86. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    87. 87. 3 point clue In the hierarchy of the U.S. court system, every court has this over the court below it2 point clue1 point clue
    88. 88. 3 point clue In the hierarchy of the U.S. court system, every court has this over the court below it2 point clue Power of a court to review decision and change outcomes of decisions of lower courts1 point clue
    89. 89. 3 point clue In the hierarchy of the U.S. court system, every court has this over the court below it2 point clue Power of a court to review decision and change outcomes of decisions of lower courts1 point clue To make it to a court with this power a person must submit an appeal for review
    90. 90. Appellate Jurisdiction3 point clue In the hierarchy of the U.S. court system, every court has this over the court below it2 point clue Power of a court to review decision and change outcomes of decisions of lower courts1 point clue To make it to a court with this power a person must submit an appeal for review
    91. 91. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    92. 92. 3 point clue Dukes v. Wal Mart is the largest one in U.S. history2 point clue1 point clue
    93. 93. 3 point clue Dukes v. Wal Mart is the largest one in U.S. history2 point clue Brown v. Board of Education is one of the most influential to occur1 point clue
    94. 94. 3 point clue Dukes v. Wal Mart is the largest one in U.S. history2 point clue Brown v. Board of Education is one of the most influential to occur1 point clue A lawsuit brought by one party on behalf of a group of individuals
    95. 95. Civil Action Suit3 point clue Dukes v. Wal Mart is the largest one in U.S. history2 point clue Brown v. Board of Education is one of the most influential to occur1 point clue A lawsuit brought by one party on behalf of a group of individuals
    96. 96. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    97. 97. 3 point clue Sante Fe Independent School District was decided based on this2 point clue1 point clue
    98. 98. 3 point clue Sante Fe Independent School District was decided based on this2 point clue Lemon v. Kurtzman ruled that an Act in Pennsylvania was unconstitutional based on this1 point clue
    99. 99. 3 point clue Sante Fe Independent School District was decided based on this2 point clue Lemon v. Kurtzman ruled that an Act in Pennsylvania was unconstitutional based on this1 point clue Free Exercise is one of the only other few places to address the same freedom as this
    100. 100. Establishment Clause3 point clue Sante Fe Independent School District was decided based on this2 point clue Lemon v. Kurtzman ruled that an Act in Pennsylvania was unconstitutional based on this1 point clue Free Exercise is one of the only other few places to address the same freedom as this
    101. 101. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    102. 102. 3 point clue When petitioning for one of these, the party that lost in a lower court explains why the Supreme Court should review the case.2 point clue1 point clue
    103. 103. 3 point clue When petitioning for one of these, the party that lost in a lower court explains why the Supreme Court should review the case.2 point clue It means to make certain.1 point clue
    104. 104. 3 point clue When petitioning for one of these, the party that lost in a lower court explains why the Supreme Court should review the case.2 point clue It means to make certain.1 point clue A document issued by the Supreme Court ordering that a case from a lower court be brought before it.
    105. 105. Writ of Certiority3 point clue When petitioning for one of these, the party that lost in a lower court explains why the Supreme Court should review the case.2 point clue It means to make certain.1 point clue A document issued by the Supreme Court ordering that a case from a lower court be brought before it.
    106. 106. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    107. 107. 3 point clue Started in the 1880s and 1890s as the court set itself up as the arbiter of what kind of regulation was permissible.2 point clue1 point clue
    108. 108. 3 point clue Started in the 1880s and 1890s as the court set itself up as the arbiter of what kind of regulation was permissible.2 point clue Based on the belief that the court has both the right and obligation to use its power of judicial review to overturn bad precedents and promote socially desirable goals.1 point clue
    109. 109. 3 point clue Started in the 1880s and 1890s as the court set itself up as the arbiter of what kind of regulation was permissible.2 point clue Based on the belief that the court has both the right and obligation to use its power of judicial review to overturn bad precedents and promote socially desirable goals.1 point clue Also called loose constructivism.
    110. 110. Judicial Activism3 point clue Started in the 1880s and 1890s as the court set itself up as the arbiter of what kind of regulation was permissible.2 point clue Based on the belief that the court has both the right and obligation to use its power of judicial review to overturn bad precedents and promote socially desirable goals.1 point clue Also called loose constructivism.
    111. 111. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    112. 112. 3 point clue Requested in Marbury w. Madison to try and order Madison to “do his duty.”2 point clue1 point clue
    113. 113. 3 point clue Requested in Marbury w. Madison to try and order Madison to “do his duty.”2 point clue It means “we command.”1 point clue
    114. 114. 3 point clue Requested in Marbury w. Madison to try and order Madison to “do his duty.”2 point clue It means “we command.”1 point clue This orders a public agency to perform an act required by law.
    115. 115. Writ of Mandamus3 point clue Requested in Marbury w. Madison to try and order Madison to “do his duty.”2 point clue It means “we command.”1 point clue This orders a public agency to perform an act required by law.
    116. 116. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    117. 117. 3 point clue Blue-slip Policy2 point clue1 point clue
    118. 118. 3 point clue Blue-slip Policy2 point clue An unwritten rule in electing judges.1 point clue
    119. 119. 3 point clue Blue-slip Policy2 point clue An unwritten rule in electing judges.1 point clue A rule that allows a senator to block the nomination of an official to a federal position in his or her own state
    120. 120. Senatorial Courtesy3 point clue Blue-slip Policy2 point clue An unwritten rule in electing judges.1 point clue A rule that allows a senator to block the nomination of an official to a federal position in his or her own state
    121. 121. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    122. 122. 3 point clue A way of finding out whether a person is a dyed-in-the-wool liberal or a conservative.2 point clue1 point clue
    123. 123. 3 point clue A way of finding out whether a person is a dyed-in-the-wool liberal or a conservative.2 point clue An issue on this for liberals may be support for abortion or opposition to school prayer.1 point clue
    124. 124. 3 point clue A way of finding out whether a person is a dyed-in-the-wool liberal or a conservative.2 point clue An issue on this for liberals may be support for abortion or opposition to school prayer.1 point clue A test of ideological purity.
    125. 125. Litmus Test3 point clue A way of finding out whether a person is a dyed-in-the-wool liberal or a conservative.2 point clue An issue on this for liberals may be support for abortion or opposition to school prayer.1 point clue A test of ideological purity.
    126. 126. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    127. 127. 3 point clue Gitlow v. New York did this to the 1st Amendment.2 point clue1 point clue
    128. 128. 3 point clue Gitlow v. New York did this to the 1st Amendment.2 point clue 1st, 4th, and 6th Amendments have been completely applied to the states through this.1 point clue
    129. 129. 3 point clue Gitlow v. New York did this to the 1st Amendment.2 point clue 1st, 4th, and 6th Amendments have been completely applied to the states through this.1 point clue Process by which the Supreme Court applies the Bill of Rights to the states through the 14th Amendment
    130. 130. Incorporation3 point clue Gitlow v. New York did this to the 1st Amendment.2 point clue 1st, 4th, and 6th Amendments have been completely applied to the states through this.1 point clue Process by which the Supreme Court applies the Bill of Rights to the states through the 14th Amendment
    131. 131. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    132. 132. 3 point clue Outlined in Article 3 of the Constitution.2 point clue1 point clue
    133. 133. 3 point clue Outlined in Article 3 of the Constitution.2 point clue Cases involving 2 or more states, US & a state, foreign ambassadors & other diplomats, and a state & a citizen of a different state (if begun by the state).1 point clue
    134. 134. 3 point clue Outlined in Article 3 of the Constitution.2 point clue Cases involving 2 or more states, US & a state, foreign ambassadors & other diplomats, and a state & a citizen of a different state (if begun by the state).1 point clue A court’s authority to hear a case for the first time, before it appears in any other court.
    135. 135. Original Jurisdiction3 point clue Outlined in Article 3 of the Constitution.2 point clue Cases involving 2 or more states, US & a state, foreign ambassadors & other diplomats, and a state & a citizen of a different state (if begun by the state).1 point clue A court’s authority to hear a case for the first time, before it appears in any other court.
    136. 136. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    137. 137. 3 point clue Wrote decision stating the Supreme Court could declare any act of Congress unconstitutional, power comes from the people, and federal low is supreme over state law.2 point clue1 point clue
    138. 138. 3 point clue Wrote decision stating the Supreme Court could declare any act of Congress unconstitutional, power comes from the people, and federal low is supreme over state law.2 point clue Appointed by Hamilton to lead the Supreme Court during the formative years of the new republic.1 point clue
    139. 139. 3 point clue Wrote decision stating the Supreme Court could declare any act of Congress unconstitutional, power comes from the people, and federal low is supreme over state law.2 point clue Appointed by Hamilton to lead the Supreme Court during the formative years of the new republic.1 point clue Lead Supreme Court in McCulloch v. Maryland and Marbury v. Madison.
    140. 140. John Marshall3 point clue Wrote decision stating the Supreme Court could declare any act of Congress unconstitutional, power comes from the people, and federal low is supreme over state law.2 point clue Appointed by Hamilton to lead the Supreme Court during the formative years of the new republic.1 point clue Lead Supreme Court in McCulloch v. Maryland and Marbury v. Madison.
    141. 141. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    142. 142. 3 point clue Gave court right to issue writs as a part of its original jurisdiction.2 point clue1 point clue
    143. 143. 3 point clue Gave court right to issue writs as a part of its original jurisdiction.2 point clue Said decisions from lower courts can be appealed to a higher court for review.1 point clue
    144. 144. 3 point clue Gave court right to issue writs as a part of its original jurisdiction.2 point clue Said decisions from lower courts can be appealed to a higher court for review.1 point clue Established a federal judicial system made up of district and circuit courts and specified kinds of cases the courts could try.
    145. 145. Judiciary Act of 17893 point clue Gave court right to issue writs as a part of its original jurisdiction.2 point clue Said decisions from lower courts can be appealed to a higher court for review.1 point clue Established a federal judicial system made up of district and circuit courts and specified kinds of cases the courts could try.
    146. 146. 3 point clue2 point clue1 point clue
    147. 147. 3 point clue Outlines jurisdictions of the courts.2 point clue1 point clue
    148. 148. 3 point clue Outlines jurisdictions of the courts.2 point clue Modified by Amendment 11.1 point clue
    149. 149. 3 point clue Outlines jurisdictions of the courts.2 point clue Modified by Amendment 11.1 point clue An article in the constitution.
    150. 150. Article III3 point clue Outlines jurisdictions of the courts.2 point clue Modified by Amendment 11.1 point clue An article in the constitution.

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