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Q: The U.S. Constitution gives the Supreme Court the power of appellate jurisdiction. This power gives the court the authority to A. appoint judges to lower courts. B. grant pardons for federal
crimes. C. impeach and remove federal judges. D. review the decisions of lower courts.
A: the U.S. constitution gives the supreme court the power of appellate jurisdiction. this power gives the court the authority to d. review the decisions of lower courts
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User: The U.S. Constitution gives the Supreme Court the power of appellate jurisdiction. This power gives the court the authority to A. appoint judges to lower courts. B. grant pardons for federal crimes. C. impeach and remove federal judges. D. review the decisions of lower courts.

Weegy: the U.S. constitution gives the supreme court the power of appellate jurisdiction. this power gives the court the authority to d. review the decisions of lower courts
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User: According to this passage from the Constitution, who has the authority to create lower courts? “The judicial Power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.” –U.S. Constitution, Article III, Section 1 A. Supreme Court B. executive branch C. attorney general D. Congress

Weegy: D. Congress
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User: What is one way that the U.S. Supreme Court functions as guardian and interpreter of the Constitution? A. by nominating federal judges B. by passing civil rights legislation C. by ensuring equal justice for all under law D. by trying people accused of federal crimes

Weegy: What is one way that the U.S. Supreme Court functions as guardian and interpreter of the Constitution? C. by ensuring equal justice for all under law
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User: What makes the case of Brown v. Board of Education an example of judicial activism? A. It upheld the "separate but equal" doctrine. B. It overturned a previous interpretation of the Constitution. C. It maintained previous actions by the Supreme Court. D. It challenged the South to act in a different way.

Weegy: What makes the case of Brown v. Board of Education an example of judicial activism? B. It overturned a previous interpretation of the Constitution.
Expert answered|lieengar|Points 40|

User: The case of Marbury v. Madison is an example of judicial activism because the Supreme Court A. interpreted the Constitution to declare an act of the president unconstitutional. B. ignored the Constitution to declare an act of Congress legal. C. established a constitutional precedent for the president to overrule Congress. D. declared it had the right to rule acts of Congress unconstitutional.

Weegy: The case of Marbury v. Madison is an example of judicial activism because the Supreme Court C. established a constitutional precedent for the president to overrule Congress.
Expert answered|lieengar|Points 40|

User: In Schenck v. United States, the Supreme Court had to decide whether Schenck was protected by the First Amendment in speaking out against the draft during World War I. The Supreme Court ruled against Schenck, arguing that he was not protected because A. his actions proved that he was a spy for Germany. B. his actions were harmful to the Allies' military victory. C. his actions risked the welfare of the nation during wartime. D. his actions were seen as fraud against the wartime government.

Weegy: In Schenck v. United States, the Supreme Court had to decide whether Schenck was protected by the First Amendment in speaking out against the draft during World War I. [ The Supreme Court ruled against Schenck, arguing that he was not protected because B. his actions were harmful to the Allies' military victory. ]
Expert answered|lieengar|Points 40|

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