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Title: JUDICIAL


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JUDICIAL
By Hannah Han Unit 5 The Judicial Branch Review
Game
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Rules (kind of different) 1.Divide the class
into 2 teams. 2. Which ever side chooses to
choose first chooses 1 box. 3. The question is
read 4. Any team is open to buzz in to answer.
5. Once buzzed in, the team has 30 seconds to
answer 6. you do not have to answer in
questions 7. Click Click Here to see
answer 8. If right, you get the money. If wrong,
you lose the money 8. If unanswered in 30 sec,
then you lose the money. 9. Once all the
questions have been answered, team with the most
wins. CLICK ABOVE THE QUESTIONS TO RETURN TO
BOXES
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Ch. 20 Protecting Individual Rights
Ch. 18 The Federal Court System
Ch. 191stAmendment Freedoms
Toss up
Test questions
Ch. 21 Equal Justice Under Law
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What are the two distinct types of federal
courts Congress has created?
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1) constitutional courts 2) special courts
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Who is the person who files suit?
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Plaintiff
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The U.S. Government may not be sued without its
consent those who seek damages must take their
cases to.?
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The U.S. Court of Federal Claims
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The Supreme Court is in session from October
through June List some things that they do
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  • Hears oral arguments, studies written briefs,
    meets in conference
  • (discuss the cases, renders majority, concurring,
    and dissenting opinions)

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The Court of International Trade hears ____ and
___ cases
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  • Tariff and trade cases

9
Define Parochial schools?
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  • Schools related to Church

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Define Sedition?
  • Crime of attempting to overthrow the govt by
    force or to disrupt its lawful activities by
    violent acts.

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1st Amendment guarantees what.?
  • Right of Assembly, and Right to Petition the
    Government for a redress of grievances

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The Bill of Rights restricts only the national
Govt, but the ________ of the 14th Amendment
nationalizes most of those guarantees.
  • Due Process Clause

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13
Difference between Civil Liberties vs. Civil
Rights?
  • Civil liberties protections against govt. ex)
    safty of person, opinion, property
  • Civil Rights positive acts of govt ex)not
    allowed to discriminate b/c of race, sex,
    religion, etc..

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Until proven guilty, a person accused of crime is
presumed what?
  • Innocent

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Define a bill of attainder?
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  • Legislative act that inflicts punishment without
    a court trial.

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The 5th and 4th amendments guarantee that the
government cannot deprive a person of _(3)_
without ___ ?
  • Life, Liberty, Property Due process of Law

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Another name for the writ of habeas corpus is?
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  • Writ of Liberty

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List the 3 features of an ex post facto law
  1. It is a criminal law
  2. Applies to an act committed before its passage
  3. Works to the disadvantage of the accused

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What are Jim Crow Laws?
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  • Separate people based on race.

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The process by which people of one culture merge
into and become part of another is called?
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  • Assimilation

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Discrimination against the majority group is
called?
  • reverse discrimination

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22
As ___ is to law of the soil,___ is to law
of the blood.
  • Jus soli/
  • Jus sanguinis

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23
What does Title IX require?
  • Near-equal funding for mens and womens athletic
    teams at public schools/ universities

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24
Which of the following could be the subject of a
criminal case tried in federal court?A.
Bankruptcy b. civil rights c. counterfeiting
d. labor relations
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  • c. counterfeiting

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The term of office for constitutional court
judges is determined by?
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  • the Constitution.

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The federal officers who make arrests, secure
jurors, and serve legal papers are ?
  • a. marshals.

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The power of judicial review is held a.
exclusively by the Supreme Court. b. by most
federal and State courts.c. only by federal
courts. d. only by courts with appellate
jurisdiction.
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  • b) by most federal and State courts.

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The appointment of which of the following does
NOT require Senate approval?a. federal
judges c. United States attorneysb. United
States magistrates d. United States marshals
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  • b.United States magistrates

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Another word for involuntary servitude?
  • Forced Labor

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Define Bill of attainder?
  • Legislative act that inflicts punishment without
    court trial

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What does prohibition against DOUBLE JEOPARDY
mean?
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  • Once a person has been tried for a crime, he or
    she cannot be tried again for that same crime.

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A living legacy left behind by a former President
is (are)a.his memoirs. b.the judges whom he
has appointed and who continue to serve.c.the
constitutional amendments he has proposed.d.none
of the above
  • B

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The list of cases to be heard by a court is
called aa.civil case list. b.certificate.c.writ
of certiorari. d.docket.
  • D docket

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