Supreme Court of the United States and U.s. Supreme Court

The judge listens to both sides of the case to make a recommendation to the jury of what outcome to decide. The judge makes sure the evidence is presented fairly and that the jurors understand the law and procedures. The judge chooses who will serve on the jury and will consider the recommendation of the jury in a bench trial. The judge selects what evidence may be shown at trial and what evidence will be reserved for the appeals court. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 2 (Worth 5 points)

During a jury trial,each side in a criminal or civil case will present evidence to support their position the prosecution presents evidence supporting the innocence of a defendant respondents bring suit against individuals or groups to get compensation a panel of judges will consider the evidence and make a bench decision Points earned on this question: 5 Question 3 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following cases would be heard first in a state trial court? dispute over maritime claims—– dispute over immigration laws—– damages related to an act of war—damages related to a car accident:D:D:D:D:D::D::D:D:D: Points earned on this question: 0 Question 4 (Worth 5 points)

Which of the following is true aboue the Supreme Court justices? The Chief Justice serves for life, and the associate justices have set terms. The Chief Justice and associate justices serve for life or until resignation. The Congress has decreased the size of the Supreme Court over time. The Congress can remove a justice with the president’s consent. Points earned on this question: 5 Question 5 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following does Article III of the U.

S. Constitution give Congress the power to do? nominate federal judges—- overrule court decisions—– conduct appellate trials———– establish lower courts:D:D:D:D:D:DD:D:D:D:D:D:D Points earned on this question: 0 Question 6 (Worth 5 points) Which of the following cases would the U. S. Supreme Court be the first to hear? a civil trial between residents of one U. S. state a civil trial where neighbors sue one another a criminal trial involving a U. S. ambassador a criminal trial for a suspect in a murder Points earned on this question: 5 Question 7 (Worth 5 points).

Which of the following cases would be heard first in an U. S. District Court? a citizen living in Texas sues his neighbor for property damage due to roaming cattle citizens from Arizona accuse each other of robbery and assault with a deadly weapon a citizen of Mexico residing in Utah accuses a U. S. university of violating her civil rights citizens from Louisiana bring a class-action suit a.gainst a company operating in their state Points earned on this question: 5 Question 8 (Worth 3 points) (LC)

A case appealed from a Georgia court of appeals would go to the appeals court for the circuit—– Georgia court of last resort:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D: a federal district court—- U. S. Supreme Court—– Points earned on this question: 0 Question 9 (Worth 3 points) (LC) The U. S. Supreme Court accepts the vast majority of petitioner requests for cases—— about one percent of cases requested for review——– cases that involve laws beyond its jurisdiction-=-=-=-=-=-= one case per year that questions a federal law-==-=-=-=-= Points earned on this question: 0 Question 10 (Worth 3 points) (LC) Most cases in the U. S.

Supreme Court are accepted by in forma pauperis writ of certiorari courts of appeal district courts Points earned on this question: 3 Question 11 (Worth 3 points) (LC) Most federal judges serve for the term of the president life or until resignation 10 years 20 years Points earned on this question: 3 Question 12 (Worth 3 points) (LC) Which of the following established the federal court system, including circuits and appellate courts? Article III of the U. S. Constitution Article II of the U. S. Constitution The Judiciary Act of 1789 The Judiciary Act of 1987.

Points earned on this question: 3 ——————————————— Which of the following describes the selection of federal judges? The president nominates someone to fill a vacancy, and the Senate confirms the choice:D:D:D:D:D::D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D The Senate nominates someone to fill a vacancy, and the president confirms the choice———— The president nominates someone to fill a vacancy, and the House confirms the choice———– The House nominates someone to fill a vacancy, and the president confirms the choice.

—– The U. S. Supreme Court accepts happens at the trial or district court level :D:D:D:D:D:D:D: prevents the more costly use of bench trial is used to decide criminal but not civil cases can happen in appellate courts upon request The federal court of original jurisdiction is the U. S. Lower Court——- U. S. District Court:D:D:D U. S. Supreme Court——- U. S. Court of Appeals—— Article III of the U. S. Constitution establishes the state court systems——— names only the Supreme Court:D:D: creates the U.

S. District Courts—— divides the states into circuits—— Petitions to the U. S. Supreme Court have increased over time and are primarily accepted by writ of certiorari:D:D:D:D:D:D:D increased over time and are primarily accepted in forma pauperis—– decreased over time and are primarily accepted by writ of certiorari:D:D:D:D:D: decreased over time and are primarily accepted in forma pauperis———–

Whichich of the following is true about thee Congress the power to do? nominate federal judges overrule court decisions—– conduct appellate trials—— establish lower courts????? A jury trial authority to hear and rule on a certain type of case———— ruling or outcome of any criminal or civil court case—– selection of judges for the federal judicial branch—— petitioning of cases to the highest federal court:D:D:D:D:

A jury trial happens at the trial or district court level:D:D:D:DD:D:D:D:D:D prevents the more costly use of bench trial—- is used to decide criminal but not civil cases—–can happen in appellate courts upon request—– The majority of federal cases in the United States are settled by U. S. District Courts:D:D:D:D U. S. Supreme Court——– U. S. Appellate Courts———– U. S. Courts of Appeals———————– Jurisdiction means the authority to hear and rule on a certain type of case ruling or outcome of any criminal or civil court case selection of judges for the federal judicial branch petitioning of cases to the highest federal court.