Chapter 14 Questions - Chapter 14 Question 1 A Supreme...

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Chapter 14 Question 1 A Supreme Court justice who votes with the majority but for different legal reasons than the other justices in the majority would likely write what type of opinion? A) majority B) minority C) dissenting D) concurring E) per curiam Question 2 Although federal district courts are theoretically bound by Supreme Court precedents, they sometimes deviate because of which of the following? A) The facts of a case are seldom precisely the same as those of a similar case decided by the Supreme Court. B) Federal judges may misunderstand the Court's position. C) The opinion of a Supreme Court case is sufficiently broad so that lower courts can reasonably interpret it in somewhat different ways. D) Federal judges may misunderstand the Court's position or the opinion of a Supreme Court case is sufficiently broad so that lower courts can reasonably interpret in somewhat different ways. E) The facts of a case are seldom precisely the same as those of a similar case decided by the Supreme Court, or federal judges may misunderstand the Court's position, or the opinion of a Supreme Court case is sufficiently broad so that lower courts can reasonably interpret in somewhat different ways. Question 3
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