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McClain Judiciary and Governing California Judiciary —
- What is constitutional law? copy/paste to url: www.oyez.org/issues
- What is statutory law? copy/paste to url: https://www.justice.gov/crt/about-division
- What is administrative law?
- How is the federal judiciary organized? Which courts have supremacy over the others?
- Define:Justiciable as a case standard to be reviewed by the Supreme Court?
- Define Standing: as a case standard to be reviewed by the Supreme Court?
- Define Mootness: as a case standard to be reviewed by the Supreme Court?
- The Marbury v. Madison (1803) establishment which concept?
- Examine the process by which a case comes before the Supreme Court.. Please include concepts: the writ of certiorari and the rule of four
— McClain chapter 3 — State/Local section
- In terms of the judicial system, where do most cases transpire?
- Do all states select judges in the same way? If so, describe how this is done. If not, provide examples of differing ways judges are chosen.
- In what ways do state courts act as policy makers?
Governing California — chapter, Judiciary —
- In California, what court has judicial discretion?
- In Federalism and the California Courts: The Case of Medical Marijuana,
- What does Proposition 215 provides and why it conflicts with federal law?
- How did the U.S. Supreme Court rule in Gonzales v. Raich(2005)?
- The Commission on Judicial Appointments consists of which three officials?
- Judicial Elections – terms? Judges selected by the governor to serve on the supreme court and the court of appeals in California must be approved by??