A state judge. No one, since there is no administrative appeal process. An agency head. A federal judge. Question 45 What must Congress do first to establish an administrative agency? Do nothing, as establishing agencies is an executive power. Enact an enabling statute. Obtain judicial approval for the creation. Research whether a new agency is needed. Question 46 In the cases of Heart of Atlanta Motel v. U.S . and Katzenbach v. McClung , the Supreme Court found illegal discrimination under the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by applying the Commerce Clause. the Necessary and Proper Clause. the Equal Protection Clause. the Supremacy Clause. Question 47 Which of the following is not a procedural due process issue? The state of Oklahoma passes a statute prohibiting citizens from presenting evidence in drunk-driving trials. Police must obtain a search warrant to enter and search a citizen's home for drugs. The state of California passes a statute allowing relatives of victims of violent crimes to sit on the jury in the general trial court. The state of Massachusetts raised the drinking age to 25 years old. Question 48 Which of the following is not a major source of administrative law? enabling statutes public opinion
the Constitution the Administrative Procedures Act Question 49 Judicial review is the power of a state or federal court to declare a statute unconstitutional. power of an appellate court to reverse a decision made in a lower court. power or right of a court to hear a case. power of a federal court to declare a state or federal statute invalid if inconsistent with the Constitution. Question 50 Which of the following is not a coequal branch of the U.S. government as specified in the Constitution? the judicial branch the executive branch the legislative branch the administrative branch Question 51 What is the religious makeup of our Supreme Court? They are all Christian Only Jewish or Catholic by origin 3 Catholics, One Jewish Person; 4 Baptist ; 1 Muslim Do not know. They are prohibited from disclosing that Question 52 The trial court in New York has heard a case and issued a decision. This decision will be precedent in the courts of all 50 states. will be precedent in New York courts and the courts of states immediately surrounding New York. will not be precedent in any U.S. courts. will be precedent in New York courts only. Question 53 Which of the following courts renders decisions binding only on the parties involved in the dispute? The Michigan Appellate Court.
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The U.S. District Court. The U.S. Supreme Court. Question 54 When a party files a writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court, how many justices must vote to hear the case for it to be accepted for review? six five The vote must be unanimous. four Question 55 In 2002, Australia's highest court ruled on a defamation case in which an Australian citizen claimed to have been defamed by a Dow Jones article published on the defendant's website. The court found that the citizen was defamed and jurisdiction over Dow Jones was established because under American law, the defendant's website was interactive and sufficiently established minimum contacts, creating jurisdiction.
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