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plsi march 2 - 2. They must be aware of implementation...

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Stages in a criminal/trial  V. Trial a) Jury selection      Challenge for cause “Can u be my partial? NO.    U always believes the  government.”      Pre emtory Challenge b) Trial   “Burden of proof” c) Deliberation  Sequester d) Verdict e) Sentencing VI. Appeal Supreme Court Procedure I. Petition to have Supreme Court hear the case II. Conference (4 votes needed to put case in calendar) III. Issue writ of certiorari “Cent”  IV. Submit written Briefs     Also, Amicus Comerica  V.   VI.  
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#2 essay. Does the Supreme Court Usual Follow Public Opinion? Yes--- 1. They accept amicus curiae briefs
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Unformatted text preview: 2. They must be aware of implementation phase: a. Interpreting population b. Implementing population c. Consumer Population No---1. Judicial Appoint appointed life 2. Not elected- bar appointed for life 3. Guardians of the bill of rights 4. Lag time re: Judicial Appointments #3 essay. Judicial Activation What is it? Can it be liberal or conservative? What forum does it take? a) Judicial review b) Judicial interpretation c) Judges acting as administration d) Selecting important cases #4 essay. 1 st Amendment...
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2009 for the course PLSCI 2 taught by Professor Ingoldsby during the Spring '08 term at CSU Fresno.

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