NEXT PARTY TIME NEXT JUST IN CASE NEXT PRINCIPLE THINGS

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  • NEXT
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  • PARTY TIME
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  • NEXT JUST IN CASE
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  • NEXT PRINCIPLE THINGS
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  • NEXT TERMS
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  • NEXT WHOS WHO
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  • 15 20 25 510 PARTY TIME JUST IN CASE PRINCIPLE THINGS TERMS WHOs WHO 5 5 5 5 10 15 20 25 20 Team One Team Two Team Three Team Four Team Five Team Six
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  • The parties to a lawsuit are called ____________. A. ____: the party who complains 2. ____: the party against whom the complaint is made Show Answer
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  • What are LITIGANTS? 1.The plaintiff 2.The defendant Back to Board
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  • Period of time after which the partys over for a partys ORAL ARGUMENT before the Supreme Court Show Answer
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  • What is 30 minutes? Back to Board
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  • The requirement that plaintiffs must have a serious interest in a case which dep3ends on whether they have sustained or are likely to sustain a direct and substantial injury from a party or from an action of government Show Answer
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  • What is STANDING TO SUE? Back to Board
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  • Of these, the most likely plaintiff if a lawyer from the Justice Department is arguing the case for the defense: a.An official of the U.S. government b.A high official of one of the states c.And individual accused of an illegal action against a state d.An individual accused of a federal crime e.An individual or group involved in a civil lawsuit against the U.S. government Show Answer
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  • What is E? an individual or group involved in a civil lawsuit against the U.S. government? Back to Board
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  • Friend of the Court briefs filed by interested parties which are NOT party to the lawsuit Show Answer
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  • What are AMICUS CURIAE briefs? Back to Board
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  • The power of judicial review was first used in John Marshalls majority opinion in this case Show Answer
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  • What is Marbury v. Madison? Back to Board
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  • The rule which determines whether or not the Supreme Court will hear a case Show Answer
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  • What is the RULE OF FOUR? Back to Board
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  • The usual way a case gets to the United States Supreme Court Show Answer
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  • What is by Writ of Certiorari? Back to Board
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  • Its the motion filed by a mendicant who lacks the fee for filing a case Show Answer
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  • What is in forma pauperis? Back to Board
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  • Term for cases involving citizens of different states Show Answer
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  • What are cases In DIVERSITY? Back to Board
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  • the Senates custom of seeking approval of the officials in the state where a FEDERAL DISTRICT COURT JUDGE is being appointed BEFORE confirming the appointment Show Answer
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  • What is SENATORIAL COURTESY? Back to Board
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  • The use of previous decisions in similar cases as a basis for judgment in a current case Show Answer
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  • What is LEGAL PRECEDENT? Back to Board
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  • The practice of letting established precedents stand and deciding court cases with reference to those previous decisions Show Answer
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  • What is STARE DECISIS? Back to Board
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  • Issues which are more appropriately decided at the ballot box or by the President and/or Congress Show Answer
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  • What are POLITICAL QUESTIONS? Back to Board
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  • Judicial philosophy reflected in this statement: Where there is ambiguity as to the precise meaning or reach of a constitutional provision, it should be interpreted and applied in a manner so as to at least not contradict the Constitution itself. Show Answer
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  • What is JUDICIAL SELF-RESTRAINT? Back to Board
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  • The view tht the Constitution should be interpreted according to the founders purpose Show Answer
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  • What is ORIGINAL INTENT? Back to Board
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  • Lawsuit filed by a small number of plaintiffs on behalf of a much larger number of individuals who have suffered similar injury Show Answer
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  • What is a CLASS ACTION Lawsuit? Back to Board
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  • SEGREGATION: 1.By law 2.In actual fact Show Answer
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  • What are a.De jure b.De facto Segregation? Back to Board
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  • Whether or not a case presents a real controversy in which a judicial decision can have a practical effect Show Answer
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  • What is MOOTNESS? Back to Board
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  • Whether or not the issues of a case are clear enough and evolved enough (the time is right) to serve as a basis for a decision OR A fruit that is ready to eat Show Answer
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  • What is RIPENESS? Back to Board
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  • Arguably more powerful than age and experience might allow, they read cert petitions and write the meos which Supreme Court justices use as a basis for deciding which cases to hear Show Answer
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  • Who are LAW CLERKS? Back to Board
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  • Prosecutor nominated by the president and confirmed by the senate for each of the 94 federal district courts Show Answer
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  • Who is the U.S. ATTORNEY? Back to Board
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  • Members of this committee consider the presidents judicial nominees Show Answer
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  • What is the SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE? Back to Board
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  • #3 in the JUSTICE DEPARTMENT, he or she argues cases for the United States Government before the Supreme Court Show Answer
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  • Who is the SOLICITOR GENERAL? Back to Board
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  • Show Answer Since clerks are not allowed in, he or she opens the door during the conference
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  • Who is the most JUNIOR JUSTICE? Back to Board
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  • Show Question
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  • JEOPARDY: 1.How many justices are there on SCOTUS? 2.ID the Chief Justice. DOUBLE JEOPARDY: Name them all. Show Answer 302928272625242322212019181716151413121110987654321
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  • 1.9 Justices 2.Chief Justice John Roberts 3.Associate Justices: Antonin Scalia, David Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, Anthony Kennedy, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, Sonya Sotomayor, and Elena Kagan Back to Board
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