Judicial Branch USA

 

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Judicial Branch USA

Question 1
In legal proceedings, lower courts tend to have original jurisdiction, this means...
A
they are only allowed to hear felony cases
B
they are only allowed to hear misdemeanor cases
C
they have the right to hear a case for the first time
D
they have the right to hear a case after it has already been tried in an appellate court

Question 2
President Trump's presentation of the State of the Union Address is an example of how the president
A
campaigns directly to the people
B
approves or vetoes legislation
C
appoints officials to carry out the law
D
proposes legislation to Congress

Question 3
What happens to a bill after it is introduced?
A
Signed by the President
B
Voted on by the full house of Congress
C
Sent to the other house for debate
D
Sent to a committee

Question 4
How long is the term for a Supreme Court Justice?
A
2 years
B
4 years
C
6 years
D
lifetime

Question 5
Who gets to fillibuster a bill?
A
House of Representatives
B
Senate
C
President
D
Vice President

Question 6
Which of the following choices is the correct structure of the U.S. Court System?
A
A
B
B
C
C
D
D

Question 7
Which United States court has limited original and mostly appellate jurisdiction?
A
Court of Appeals
B
District Court
C
Magistrate Court
D
Supreme Court

Question 8
A person accused of a felony would need to appear in which court?
A
District
B
CIrcuit
C
Appeals
D
Supreme

Question 9
Federal Courts where trials are held and lawsuits begin.
A
Supreme Court
B
Circuit Court
C
District Court
D
The People's Court

Question 10
What check does the Executive branch have over the Judicial Branch
A
to appoint federal judges and justices
B
to veto a bill
C
to approve appointments
D
to approve appointments of judges
There are 10 questions to complete.

 

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