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MISTER P'S SITE - "THE JUDICIAL BRANCH"
*Statutory Laws, Common Law, Administrative Law, Constitutional Law, PRECEDENT, FAIR PUBLIC TRIAL, 1789
JUDICIARY ACT, JURISDICTION, TREATY, LOWER COURTS, APPELLATE COURTS, ORIGINAL
JURISDICTION, APPELLATE JURISDICTION, CONVICTED, APPEAL, U.S. DISTRICT COURT, SUBPOENAS,
DISTRICT MAGISTRATES, U.S. COURT of APPEALS, CIRCUITS, UPHELD, OVERTURNED, THE U.S.
SUPREME COURT,U.S. Claims Courts, U.S. Court of International Trade, Territorial Courts, U.S. Tax Courts,
Court of Military Appeals, Court of Veterans Appeals, COURT-MARTIAL,  REVERSE AN OPINION,
JUSTICES, Chief Justice, JUDICIAL REVIEW, UNCONSTITUTIONAL, John Marshall, DOCKET, REMANDS,
BRIEF, CONCURRING OPINION, DISSENTING OPINION, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.    
Here are some questions and vocabulary for you to practice with,
that will help you master this section.
KEY QUESTION
VOCABULARY, PLACES,  & PEOPLE
If you were a JUSTICE (judge) on the U.S. Supreme
Court, would you rule with a “strict” interpretation of the
U.S. Constitution, or a “loose” interpretation?