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The Origins of the U.S. Judiciary The Constitution and the Judiciary Act of 1789 Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review Expanding the Federal Courts: The Judiciary Act of 1891
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Image of Law and Justice Images: non-partisan, non-political, neutral, guided by principle rather than politics “cult of the robe”
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Judicial Functions Dispute processing Allocates benefits and burdens for society Enforce society’s norms of behavior Mediate between citizens and government Public policy-making Law as politics Power of American judges Courts and the political system: courts are political institutions; connected/other bhes
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The Basis of U.S. Law The Language of U.S. Law Civil law Criminal law Common Law Historical basis Stare decisis Code Law
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The federal and state constitutions Statutes Judicial decisions Executive Orders Administrative Law Sour ces of U.S. Law:
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2011 for the course ECON 2105 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Georgia State.

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