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When the attorneys from both sides of a case come to the Supreme Court to argue their case while Justices ask them questions refers to

A.

oral arguments

B.

petitions for a writ of certiorari

C.

a conference

D.

amicus curiae

E.

certiorari

Law that is stated in the Constitution or in the body of judicial decisions on the meaning of the Constitution is referred to as

A.

Fundamental Law

B.

Constitutional Law

C.

Statutory Law

D.

Broad Constructionism

E.

both A and B

In the Federal court system Courts of Appeal are also known as

A.

Original Jurisdiction Courts

B.

Circuit Courts

C.

Supreme Courts

D.

Small Claims Courts

E.

District Courts

The major difference between most state court systems and the Federal Court System is that most state court systems

A.

do not have an appeals court

B.

are not hierarchically structured similar to the Federal System

C.

have tow sets of trial courts - one for limited jurisdiction (such as family court and traffic court) and another for general jurisdiction

D.

do not fall under the jurisdiction of the SCOTUS

E.

do not have a state supreme court

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