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Article 3 Part 4

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Article 3 of the Constitution establishes what branch of government? The Judicial Branch.
How many courts are there? There are three courts.
What is the job of Federal courts? To interpret the laws of Congress.
If Supreme Court is the highest court, which one is the next-most powerful federal court? The United States Court of Appeals.
District courts were created by what branch? The Legislative Branch.
Highest court is? Supreme Court.
What is the lower court? Court of Appeals.
What is the lowest court underall? District Courts.
How many Supreme Courts are there? There is only one.
How many Court of Appeals are there? There are thirteen.
How many District Courts are there? There are ninety four.
It is rare for cases to make it to the Supreme Court. True or False? True.
How many Justices are there on the Supreme Court? There are nine.
What are Justices? Justices are judges.
What is the first power of the Judicial Branch? To make sure our laws are constitutional.
What is the second power of the Judicial Branch? To interpret the Constitution.
What is the third power of the Judicial Branch? To convict and punish those who violate federal laws.
Why are there three branches? So that no branch has too much power.
One branch has higher power than all of the others. True or False. False.
What are Checks and Balances? Checks and Balances help make sure that each government doesn't have to much power.
Two of the branches have equal power but have more power than one True or False? False.
2/3 of Congress have to vote in favor of a bill to become a law if it is Vetoed by the President. True or False? True.
Why might a president become impeached? If they might have violated the Constitution.
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