Quiz Ch 3,9 - 1. Which of the following statements about...

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1. Which of the following statements about the U.S. Supreme Court is correct? A. The jurisdiction of the Court is primarily mandatory. B. In order to hear a case under the Court's discretionary jurisdiction, a majority of justices (i.e. at least 5 out of 9) must vote to hear the case. C. The jurisdiction of the Court is primarily discretionary. D. If the Court denies certiorari, this is understood to mean that the Court agrees with the decision by the next lower court. E. The Constitution specifies that the Court must consist of nine justices. Points Earned: 1/1 Your Response: C 2. Choose the correct statement: A. It is fairly common for someone recently graduated from law school to establish a solo practice. B. According to Richard Abel, lawyers from the elite law firms in the upper hemisphere tend to be less autonomous (with respect to their clients) than lawyers in the lower hemisphere. C.
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Quiz Ch 3,9 - 1. Which of the following statements about...

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