Name __________________________________________ Date ___________________________
_______________________ is the right or authority of a court to hear a case.
_______________________ the court is to be the first one to hear the case.
A ______________________ is when a trial jury is unable to reach a verdict.
_________________________ occurs when a person is prosecuted for the same crime twice.
A lawyer that is appointed to represent a person who cannot afford one is called a
What is an indictment? ___________________________________________________________
What is a Grand jury? ____________________________________________________________
_____________________ is the action of making a false spoken statement about a person.
_____________________ is the action of making a false written statement about a person.
What is probable cause? _______________________________________________________
The power of judicial review is held by both ________________ and ________________ courts.
How long are Supreme Court judges appointed for? Why? _______________________________
What court exercises both original and appellate jurisdiction? ___________________________
What is concurrent jurisdiction? ___________________________________________________
Laws against _____________________ speech have been upheld by the Court if they urge people to overthrow the government.
The __________________________ clause guarantees that States will not deny people any basic essential liberties.
What is the Supreme Courts view on Capital Punishment?
What is the difference between De jure segregation and De facto segregation?
Laws that treat women and men __________________ may be upheld by the Court if they meet certain criteria.
When does government have the right to make responsible rules regulating assemblies?
What are the types of opinions written by the Supreme Court?
If consent is given a warrantless _____________________ can occur constitutionally.
What is presumption of innocence?
What is the difference between original and appellate jurisdiction? _______________________
Why should federal courts be able to declare laws unconstitutional? ______________________
__________________ upheld the power of the government to intern Japanese
Americans during World War II.
The principle of separate but equal was established by _________________________.
Judicial Review, or the power of the Court to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional was established by _______________________________________________________.
What was the decision in Gregg v. Georgia? ___________________________________
What was the decision in Miranda v. Arizona? _________________________________
What court case overturned Plessy v. Ferguson? _______________________________
What is the exclusionary rule? What case established this rule? ___________________
The decision in ________________________________ was that laws against interracial marriage are unconstitutional.
What court case decided that flag burning was protected speech under the 1 st
This case legalized a woman’s right to have an abortion under certain circumstances,
___________________________ case said that women do not have to be part of the draft.
___________________________ case said that schools can use corporal punishment.
Random drug testing of athletes does not violate the search and seizure clause of the fourth amendment ____________________________________________________
The Supreme Court ruled that police need a search warrant in order to use thermal imaging device because info obtained from the inside of the house and that is where there is greatest expectation of privacy ____________________________________
The Supreme Court ruled that allowing prayer before a high school football game violated the establishment clause of the first amendment. ______________________