Chapter 15 part 4 - e every person to sue when they feel...

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Chapter 15 part 4 When justices agree with the ruling of a court majority but not all of its reasoning, they may often write a(n) a) dissent. b) concurrence. c) ex parte. per curiam. writ of certiori. A person, agency, or interest group not directly a party to a case but with an interest in its outcome may file a(n) ______ brief. a) certiorari b) per curiam c) amicus curiae d) standing e) accompaniment The right of due process is best described as the right of a) everyone to appeal his trial. b) every citizen to vote. c) every person not to be treated arbitrarily by a government official or agency. d) every person to be a lawyer.
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Unformatted text preview: e) every person to sue when they feel harmed in some way. Activist judges believe that the courts should a) always overrule state legislatures and governors when making decisions. b) interpret the U.S. Constitution according to the intentions of its framers and defer to the views of Congress when interpreting federal statutes. c) be more aggressive and ideological than the president when vacancies occur on the court. d) go beyond the words of a constitution or statute to consider the broader societal implications of its decisions. e) always defer judgment to precedents set by previous courts....
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