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identify and explain the different forms of jurisdictions for the supreme court
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User: identify and explain the different forms of jurisdictions for the supreme court

Weegy: Original Jurisdiction? the court that gets to hear the case first. [ For example Municipal courts typically have original jurisdiction over traffic offenses the occur within city limits. Appellate Jurisdiction? the power for a higher court to review a lower courts decision. For example, the Texas Court of Appeals has appellate jurisdiction over the District Courts (See the hierarchy of Texas Court Structure in this Unit). Exclusive Jurisdiction? only that court can hear a specific case. For example only the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Court can hear appeals for death penalty sentences. ]
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User: why is it appropriate to say the constitution is designed to bend like a willow

Weegy: It is appropriate to say the Constitution is designed to bend like a willow because: The Constitutions was designed to be flexible so new laws can be added as needed and old laws can be reinterpreted.
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User: what did james madison and john marshall have in common

Weegy: James Madison and John Marshall were both Founding Fathers from Virginia. -is what they had in common.
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User: who was thurgood marshall

Weegy: Thurgood Marshall was an American lawyer who served as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States from October 1967 until October 1991.
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User: the supreme court’s ability to interpret the constitution is called

Weegy: The Supreme Court's ability to interpret the constitution is called judicial review.
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User: the number of electoral votes for a president is equal to

Weegy: The number of electoral votes for a president is equal to the number of representatives and senators from the state.
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User: which of the following is not a power or responsibility of the president

Weegy: Vote to impeach a government official is not a power of the president.
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User: on election day voters for president are really voting for

Weegy: On Election Day, voters for president are really voting for electors.
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User: choose the statement from the following choices that best describes the separation of powers

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Powers and duties of the United States government are divided among three branches of government. - best describes the separation of powers.
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