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Chapter 13

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1.  An opinion written by a justice who disagrees with the Court's decision is called a _________________ opinion.
2.  _____________________ law consists of the rules, orders, and decisions of administrative agencies. 
3.  Federal judges are _____________________ by ___________________.
4.  ______________ law is the body of law developed from judicial decisions in English and US courts.
5.  The doctrine under which judges normally are obligated to follow the precedents established by prior court decisions is called ________________.
6.  Currently, there are ____ federal judicial districts.
7.  The requirement that an individual must have a sufficient stake in a controversy before he or she can bring a lawsuit is called ____________________________.
8.  ____________ law spells out the duties that individuals in society owe to each other or to their governments, excluding the duty not to commit crimes.
9.  The decisions of the federal appellate courts may be appealed to the ______________________.
10.  An opinion written by a justice who agrees with the Court's decision, but for reasons different from those in the majority opinion is called a ______________________ opinion.
11.  A ____________________ is a court decision that furnishes an example or authority for deciding subsequent cases involving identical or similar facts and legal issues.
12.  A nominee for the Supreme COurt must be confirmed by a ____________ vote of the ____________________.
13.  _____________________ describes the belief that the courts should actively use their powers to check the activities of the legislative and executive branches to ensure that they do not exceed their authority. 
14.  ________________ describes the belief that the courts should defer to the decisions of the legislative and executive branches.
15.  The ________________________ review the transcripts of the trial courts' proceedings and determine whether the trial courts erred in applying the law to the facts and issues involved in a case.
16.  The Supreme Court claimed the power of judicial review in __________________________ (1803).
17.  _______________ law is the body of law enacted by legislatures.
18.  There are _____ U.S. courts of appeals in the United States.
19.  Only the ___________ are allowed in the room when the Supreme Court cases are discussed in conference.
20.  _________ law consists of the rules of law announced in court decisions.
21.  The federal trial courts are called ______________ courts.
22.  Most of the Supreme Court's work is as ________________.
23.  Criminal defendants are prosecuted by __________________ on behalf of the government.
24.  _____________________ is the order issued by the Supreme Court to a lower court requesting the lower court to send it the record of the case in question.
25.  _______ arguments are presented to the justices of the Supreme Court by attorneys on behalf of their clients. 
26.  The Supreme Court will not issue a writ unless at least ________ of the justices agree to hear the appeal.
27.  ________________ is the authority of a court to hear and decide a particular case.
28.  The U.S. Supreme Court consists of ______ justices.
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