The Supreme Court. Separation of Powers. Purpose of the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court of the United States was created in accordance with provision and by authority of the Judiciary Act of Sept. 24, 1798 and was organized on Feb. 2, 1790.
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if separate but equal.
but Equal policy violated
Equal Protection Clause of
Marbury Vs. Madison
Checks and Balances,
Dred Scott Vs. Sandford
Plessy Vs. Ferguson
Equal Protection under law
Brown Vs. Board of Education
Equal Protection under the law
Separation of powers divides national government into 3 branches- Executive, Judicial, & Legislative. Each branch has limits and powers written in Constitution, no branch having more powers than another.
Federalismsharing of powers between National & Stategovernments.
What is the role of the Supreme Court?
There are nine justices on the Supreme Court. Why is there an uneven number?
The Supreme Court receives about 7,000 petitions per term, so the justices vote on which cases to hear. How many votes are needed in order for the Supreme Court to hear a case?
Supreme Court justices are nominated by who?
Supreme Court cases contributed to the concepts of federalism, checks and balances, judicial review, due process, and equal protection under the law.