1. What type of power does the constitution grant to the supreme court ?
C. judicial power
2. Which are examples of judicial restraint in the supreme court? Select all that apply.
B. The verdict is narrowly for the defendant,letting the previous verdict stand.
C. The court uses previous cases as examples of what path to follow in their verdict
D. The court decides that the law must be written to provide civil liberties for all
3. The question in every case is whether the words used are used in such circumstances and are of such a nature as to create a clear and present danger that they will bring about the substantive evils that congress has a right to prevent.
– Schenck v. United States
Use the excerpt to answer the question.
In this excerpt justice Oliver Wendell Holmes explains his ruling in Schenck V. United States.
C. The protection of free speech is important but there are some cases in which personal expression is irresponsible and can be banned.
4. Which is an example of prior restraint?
D. The military censors a reporter’s articles when the reporter is embedded with a military unit in the field.
5. What is the general rule used by the supreme court when deciding if civil disobedience is a constitutionally protected right?
B. Civil disobedience is not protected by the first Amendment and so protesters may be charged if they break any laws.
6. Which entity can check the appointment power of the president?
7. Which branch does the President check by appointing Supreme Court justices?
C. judicial branch
8. A soldier in the U.S. Army does not return to his post following a leave and is charged with desertion. In which court would his case be heard?
9. Which entity has the power to create the inferior courts of the national judiciary?
10. In the Federal Court System the case tried by the district courts
B. make up the majority of federal cases brought to trail
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