Chapter 4- The American Court System

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Chapter 4- The American Court System T RUE -F ALSE  Q UESTIONS         1. Under a long arm statute, a state court can compel someone outside the state to appear in the court.         2. Doing substantial business in a jurisdiction over the Internet can be enough to support a court’s  jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant.         3. The United States Supreme Court is the final authority for any case decided by a state court.         4. Suits involving federal questions originate in federal district courts.         5. Before a trial, if there are no issues of fact, and only questions of law, a court may grant a summary  judgment.         6. Pleadings consist of a complaint, an answer, and a motion to dismiss.         7. In ruling on a motion for summary judgment, a court cannot consider evidence outside the pleadings.         8. An answer may admit or deny the statements or allegations in a complaint.         9. Only a losing party may appeal to a higher court.        
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