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Cases Duties/ Prominent Figures True or False
100
What is Brown v. Board of Education?
This case made school segregation illegal.
100
What is the President?
This person/body of people appoints Supreme Court Justices.
100
What is Judicial?
The Supreme Court is under this branch of government.
100
What is FALSE
There have always been 9 Supreme Court Justices
200
What is Plessy v. Ferguson?
The ruling in this case established "separate but equal."
200
What is the Senate?
This person/body of people confirms (or approves) Supreme Court Justices.
200
What is interpret and apply the Constitution?
The job of the Supreme Court is to
200
What is TRUE
Supreme Court Justices can be impeached
300
What is U.S. v. Nixon?
President Nixon was put on trial for his role in the Watergate Scandal in this case.
300
What is the 18th century, or 1790?
The first time the Supreme Court met was in this century. Double points if you can name the year.
300
Who is Sonia Sotomayor?
This Supreme Court Justice was the first of Hispanic decent.
300
What is FALSE
Supreme Court Justices serve for a limit of 2 terms.
400
What is Bush v. Gore?
This case was between 2 presidential candidates in 2000, and the source of the problem was butterfly ballots in Palm Beach County.
400
What is federal law?
The Supreme Court has jurisdiction over cases involving this type of law.
400
What is Washington, D.C.?
The Supreme Court meets in this city.
400
What is TRUE
The Supreme Court can declare actions of the President Unconstitutional.
500
What is Miranda v. Arizona?
This landmark case has to do with the rights of the accused.
500
What is the Supreme Court?
Who picks which cases the Supreme Court hears?
500
Who is John Marshall?
This judge was responsible for reinforcing the ability of SC judges to exercise "judicial review."
500
What is FALSE
Decisions of the Supreme Court can be appealed.




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