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Which of the following Supreme Court cases was a major cause of the Civil War? A. Marbury v. Madison B. The Dred Scott case C. Roe v. Wade D. Griswold v. Connecticut
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User: Which of the following Supreme Court cases was a major cause of the Civil War? A. Marbury v. Madison B. The Dred Scott case C. Roe v. Wade D. Griswold v. Connecticut

User: Dred Scott was a famous litigator who argued before the Supreme Court. A. true B. false

User: Which of these characteristics does NOT describe the adversarial legal system? A. The trial is a contest between opposing sides. B. The judge makes rulings on the law. C. The judge presents and comments on the evidence. D. The judge manages the trial.

User: What is voir dire? A. process of calling people to jury service B. process of assigning jurors to specific cases C. process of screening people for jury service in a particular case D. process of removing jurors from a case because of their inability to reach a fair verdict

User: When the highest state court in a state makes a decision, this precedent must be followed by __________. A. all federal trial courts in the state B. all federal appellate courts in the state C. the U.S. Supreme Court D. the lower appellate and trial courts in the state

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When the highest state court in a state makes a decision, this precedent must be followed by: the lower appellate and trial courts in the state.

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