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Q: 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
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A: D) establish lower courts
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User: 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

Weegy: D) establish lower courts
Manikandan nages|Points 0|

User: A jury trial happens at the trial or district court level prevents the more costly use of bench trial is used to decide criminal but not civil cases can happen in appellate courts upon request

Weegy: A jury trial happens at the trial or district court level.
jeifunk|Points 8562|

User: 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

Weegy: The answer is "each side in a criminal or civil case will present evidence to support their position "
bongche|Points 3864|

User: Petitions to the U.S. Supreme Court have increased over time and are primarily accepted by writ of certiorari increased over time and are primarily accepted in forma pauperis decreased over time and are primarily accepted by writ of certiorari decreased over time and are primarily accepted in forma pauperis

Weegy: Petitions to the U.S. Supreme Court have decreased over time and are primarily accepted by writ of certiorari
rodnix|Points 356|

User: 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 against a company operating in their state

Weegy: All of the following cases would be fist heard in a US district Court except D) a class action suit.
innersource|Points 7085|

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Which of the following best describes how a unitary government is different from the government of the United States? It has a central government that exercises complete control over smaller units of government, like states. It does not have a president or other executive authority that enforces laws and policy separate from lawmakers. Its local or individual state governments have full sovereignty and only coordinate activities for mutual defense. Its legislature has authority over the ...
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It has a central government that exercises complete control over smaller units of government, like states, best describes how a unitary government is different from the government of the United States.

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