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Supreme Court Workflow 1. Petitions for Certiorari. Discuss List. Dismissed. Rule of Four. Certiorari Granted – Placed on Docket. Briefs Submitted. Supreme Court Workflow 2. Oral Argument. Conference/ Opinion Assigned. Majority Opinion Circulated. Dissents/Concurrences Circulated.

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Supreme court workflow 1

Supreme Court Workflow 1

Petitions for Certiorari

Discuss List

Dismissed

Rule of Four

Certiorari Granted – Placed on Docket

Briefs Submitted


Supreme court workflow 2

Supreme Court Workflow 2

Oral Argument

Conference/ Opinion Assigned

Majority Opinion Circulated

Dissents/Concurrences Circulated

Opinion Released


Key terms to review

Key Terms to Review

  • Original Jurisdiction

  • Appellate Jurisdiction

  • Writ of Mandamus

  • Judiciary Act of 1789, Section 13

  • Art. III, sec. 2 of the Constitution


Questions for marbury

Questions for Marbury

Jurisdiction is the power of a court to hear a case, shouldn’t this have been decided first?

Did Congress give the Supreme Court original jurisdiction in Sec. 13 of the Judiciary Act?

Does the Constitution give Congress the power to regulate the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction?

Who wins in this case?

Consider Gibson’s critique of MarburyinEakin. Who has the better argument, Marshall or Gibson?


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