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chpt 7 quiz D

social studies vocab

TermDefinition
Implied Powers powers not specifically mentioned in the Constitution
Appropriate money set aside to be used for a particular purpose
Bill a proposed law
Override by a 2/3 vote, Congress can pass a law which was vetoed by the President
Appeals Court considers district court decisions in which the losing side can ask for a review of the verdict of a lower court
Supreme Court the highest court in the US court system; there is no higher authority on what the Constitution means
Warrant an official order
Due Process of Law every citizen has the right to be treated equally and fairly by the government
Draft required military service
Jury a group of citizens who are given the responsibility to decide if a person is guilty or innocent in a court trial
Created by: hms204