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Chapter 10

A decision that the court makes, that all other cases have to follow after it. Precedent
People v. People- You sue someone trying to get money. Civil Case
People v. Individual- People who commit crimes or break laws. Criminal Case
The power of the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional. Judicial Review
Supreme Court case that establishes judical review. Marbury v. Madison
The court that has the authority to hear the case first. Determines guilt or innocence. Original Jurisdiction
The court that has the authority to hear an appeal. Not about guilt, it is about the fairness of the trail. Appellate Jurisdiction
Created by: mmize