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Chapter 9 The Federal Courts1)What percent of modern federal judges have a legislative background? 2)How many acts of congress has the federal court stricken down?3)Out of the thousands of executive orders made by presidents, how many of them have been rejected by the supreme court?4)Court cases in the United States proceed under three broad categories of law. What are they?5)Type of law that protects the public health, safety, morals, and welfare6)Cases of this type of law involve disputes among individuals or between individuals in the government where no criminal violation is charged7)Legal precedents are what?8)This type of law defines cases involving the action of public agencies or officials. An example of this law would be constitutional law or administrative law. With this type of law the government isthe defendant. 9)This type of public law involves judicial review of the basis of the government’s action in relation to specific clauses of the constitution as interpreted in supreme court cases10) This type of public law disputes of the statutory authority, jurisdiction, or procedures of administrative agencies 11) This type of civil law dispute involves disputes that arise over voluntary actions 12) This type of civil law dispute arises out of obligations inherent in social life, negligence and slander 13) Over 99% of all court cases in the United States are heard in which court?14) What court is the first court to hear a criminal or civil case?15) This court hears the appeals of trial court decisions16) This court is the highest court in a state. This court primarily serves an appellate function17) This term identifies the domain over which an institution or member of an institution has authority18) Cases are heard in this type of court if they involve federal laws, treaties with other nations, or the US constitution19) Which article in the constitution gives the supreme court appellate jurisdiction or the authority to hear appeals in all federal cases and original jurisdiction or the authority to hear new cases in casesinvolving ambassadors and issues in which a state is a party