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Judiciary Quizzes, Questions & Answers

The laws of any nation can change over time. What was punishable by death 100 years ago might not even be illegal now. Since 1803, Federal courts have had the power to determine the legality of state and federal laws, congressional and presidential acts, and lower-court rulings.
 
What is the name of the power that gives Federal courts this right? What is the name of the process of seeking change to a court ruling? The US justice system is complicated and busy, and keeping the facts straight can be hard. If you’re up for a challenge, swear in under oath and see if you can win our judiciary quizzes. Don’t be found guilty of cheating!

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A Judiciary Branch or Judicial system is the structure of courts that interpret laws made by the law giving branch and imposed by the administrative branch. It is a place where justice is served for resolving any disputes. This...

Questions: 15  |  Attempts: 2513   |  Last updated: Mar 21, 2023
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    If Kelly committed a crime in New York City, which of the following court has original jurisdiction over this case?
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The main branch of the judiciary in America is the all-powerful Supreme Court where no court can challenge any decision it makes. The judiciary is charged with making laws and settling court cases. How well do you understand...

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 443   |  Last updated: Mar 20, 2023
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    How many terms can a president serve?
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This quiz will cover the principles, cases, and legislation relevant to Judicial Review Standing and Ouster Clauses.

Questions: 16  |  Attempts: 359   |  Last updated: Mar 19, 2023
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    The role of Judicial Review is to determine the exercise of power, granted by statute, of... Who?
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This is a quiz which should cover the entire topic of Judicial Review Grounds.

Questions: 22  |  Attempts: 128   |  Last updated: Mar 29, 2024
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    Lord Diplock in a very famous case established the three different Grounds for Judicial Review: Illegality, Irrationality and Procedural Impropriety.
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