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  • Supreme Court

    Why was the Supreme Court built in 2010 and how effective has it been at upholding civil liberties? The Supreme Court was introduced in 2010 as a replacement for the House of Lords as the top law court of justice in the UK‚ Wales and Northern Ireland. This court has cost approximately 59 million pounds to build and was officially open on 1st October 2009. The enactment of the Supreme Court came about under the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 (The Supreme Court [Online]‚ 2010) and currently stands

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    Nature’s Judicial Process in the Supreme Court consists of decision-making; based on the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. Although the Supreme Court has the capability to decide all extended cases; it also has the power to ascend under the Constitution‚ which allows the Supreme Court its jurisdiction in the Judicial Branch of government. The Judicial Process interpret the laws that are established in the Supreme Court; thus‚ allowing the Court to exercise its power by shifting its system under

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    Montrel Tennessee Supreme Court Paper 12/3/2012 “Drug Testing in Public Schools” I chose to analyze  the question “If public schools should drug test in order for students to be able to participate in extracurricular activities?” For this analyzation‚ I will refer to the Supreme Court cases of Board of Education V. Earls and Vernonia School District 47J V. Acton. Key legal issues that will be addressed in this essay are the power of public officials‚ privacy of the students‚constitutionality

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    The Supreme Court of the United States is the highest court in the United States. It has ultimate (but largely discretionary) appellate jurisdiction over all federal courts and over state court cases involving issues of federal law‚ and original jurisdiction over a small range of cases. The Court‚ which meets in the United States Supreme Court Building in Washington‚ D.C.‚ consists of a chief justice and eight associate justices who are nominated by the President and confirmed by the United States

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  • The Supreme Court

    In our country‚ the Supreme Court holds a great deal of power being the highest form of a court in the United States. It has the final say in a court dispute or disagreement about a law brought through a lawsuit. The Constitution does not explicitly say that there has to be a Supreme Court‚ it was basically just created in 1789 when the Supreme Court got the power of Judicial Review out of the blue in a sense. Congress however‚ decides in which way the Supreme Court is constructed. In the beginning

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  • Supreme Court

    The Supreme Court As a democracy we have a system‚ that seems to work‚ most of the time‚ We have three branches that keep are government in check. Keep it running smoothly. The Executive‚ the Legislative‚ and the Judicial. The Supreme court is what makes up the judicial branch. There are nine supreme court judges. There are three types of cases that the supreme court reside over. Cases between states‚ or states and the federal government‚ any case that involves ambassadors‚ and they reside over

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  • Supreme Court

    to the Supreme Court to fill the associate justice seat. Scalia was unanimously confirmed by the Senate‚ and took his seat on September 26‚ 1986. **Rasul v. Bush In 2004‚ in Rasul v. Bush‚ the Court held that federal courts had jurisdiction to hear habeas corpus petitions brought by detainees at the Guantanamo Bay detainment camp. Scalia accused the majority of "spring[ing] a trap on the Executive" by ruling that it could hear cases involving persons at Guantanamo when no federal court had ever

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  • The Supreme Court of India

    The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial forum and final court of appeal as established by Part V‚ Chapter IV of the Constitution of India. According to the Constitution‚ the role of the Supreme Court is guardian of Constitution & that of a federal court. Articles 124 to 147 of the Constitution of India lay down the composition and jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India. The Supreme Court Original jurisdiction is constitutional system & Govt of India federal dispute. The Supreme Court

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  • History of Supreme Court

    History of the Supreme Court Royal Audencia The Royal Audencia was established on May 5‚ 1583‚ composed of a president‚ four oidores (justices) and a fiscal.  The Audencia exercised both administrative and judicial functions.  Its functions and structure were modified in 1815 when a chief justice replaced its president and the number of justices was increased.  It came to be known as the Audencia Territorial de Manila with two branches‚ civil and criminal.  A Royal Decree issued on July 24‚ 1861

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  • Supreme Court Decisions

    Supreme Court Decisions Decisions of the United States Supreme Court have had a significant impact on the nation. Multiple cases that have been brought upon the Supreme Court have huge impacts on the nation. A lot of these cases have had such an impact on American society that they’ve left a permanent mark. Marbury v. Madison‚ a Supreme Court case in 1803 that is considered one of the first major cases is very important to the way our government is structured. Also Plessy v. Ferguson in 1896

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