The Judicial Branch Jeopardy AP Review.ppt - 1 2 3 4 5 1 2...

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Category 1 for 10 Question: The authority of a court to be the first court to hear & hold trials in certain types of cases Check Your Answer
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Category 1 for 10 Answer: Original Jurisdiction Back to the Game Board
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Category 1 for 20 Question: Chief Justice that played a pivotal role in the decisions of Marbury v. Madison & McCulloch v. Maryland Check Your Answer
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Category 1 for 20 Answer: Chief Justice John Marshall Back to the Game Board
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Category 1 for 30 Question: Played a role in the establishment of private property & ensured African American citizenship Check Your Answer
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Category 1 for 30 Answer: 14th Amendment Back to the Game Board
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Category 1 for 40 Question: Described the judiciary as the branch “least dangerous” to political rights; “has no influence over either the sword or purse.” Check Your Answer
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Category 1 for 40 Answer: Alexander Hamilton Back to the Game Board
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Category 1 for 50 Question: Identify the three (3) ways that a Supreme Court justice will vacate their position Check Your Answer
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Category 1 for 50 Answer: Impeachment, Death, Retirement Back to the Game Board
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Category 2 for 10 Question: Typically, how many Supreme Court justices make up our Supreme Court? Check Your Answer
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Category 2 for 10 Answer: 9 Back to the Game Board
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Category 2 for 20 Question: Identify the formal requirements to become a Supreme Court justice Check Your Answer
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Category 2 for 20 Answer: There are none Back to the Game Board
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