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That would be Richmond Newspapers Inc v Virgina, deciddin 1980

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What sources would you look in to find a US Supreme Court decision one to two weeks after the case was decided by the court?

The Court Clerk would have them, newspapers, or you can look on the website below.


After state supreme court what is next?

That depends on the case. Often, the state supreme court is the end of the road for a case, making the decision of the state supreme court final and binding. Sometimes cases involved federal questions (issues arising under the US Constitution or federal law) that allow them to be appealed to the US Supreme Court. If the US Supreme Court hears such a case, it may affirm or overturn the state supreme court decision.


What is the main duty of the justices of the supreme court along with the tasks involved?

The main duty of the justices of the Supreme Court is to hear and rule on cases. The tasks involved are deciding which cases to hear from among the thousands appealed to the Court each year; deciding on the case itself; and determining an explanation for the decision, called the Court's opinion.


When does the supreme court ask for a friend of the court brief?

when the Supreme court decides to hear a case, the petitioner and the respondent each prepare a written brief. In case where the outcome will affect a group, but the group is not involved in the case, a "friend of the court" brief may be requested.


What is the highest court in the United states-?

The correct name is the Supreme Court of the United States, but most people refer to it as the US Supreme Court. Each state has its own Supreme Court, but the US Supreme Court is the end of the line.

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The Supreme Court


What jury serves in the Supreme court?

The Supreme Court does not use a jury. The Supreme Court is involved in interpretations of the US constitution. A jury would not help.


What court cases involved in order for the Supreme Court to hear them?

Constitution, treaties, or Federal Laws


What does the tinker and skokie case have in common?

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What Is the process for appealing a case?

For state prosecuted offenses: Circuit (or District) Court > Court of Appeals > State Supreme Court (and if a Constitutional question is involved) > US District Court > US Court of Appeals > US Supreme Court.


What sources would you look in to find a US Supreme Court decision one to two weeks after the case was decided by the court?

The Court Clerk would have them, newspapers, or you can look on the website below.


Can there be an appeal from a federal court?

The highest court is the Supreme Court, but not all cases can be appealed to the Supreme Court; it depends what kind of legal issues are involved. Otherwise, the case can be appealed to a Federal Appeal Court. If you can afford the legal fees, of course.


After state supreme court what is next?

That depends on the case. Often, the state supreme court is the end of the road for a case, making the decision of the state supreme court final and binding. Sometimes cases involved federal questions (issues arising under the US Constitution or federal law) that allow them to be appealed to the US Supreme Court. If the US Supreme Court hears such a case, it may affirm or overturn the state supreme court decision.


Which famous Supreme Court case from the 1870s involved in New Orleans?

Slaughterhouse case


What is the main duty of justices of the supreme court along with the tasks involved?

The main duty of the justices of the Supreme Court is to hear and rule on cases. The tasks involved are deciding which cases to hear from among the thousands appealed to the Court each year; deciding on the case itself; and determining an explanation for the decision, called the Court's opinion.


What is the main duty of the justices of the supreme court along with the tasks involved?

The main duty of the justices of the Supreme Court is to hear and rule on cases. The tasks involved are deciding which cases to hear from among the thousands appealed to the Court each year; deciding on the case itself; and determining an explanation for the decision, called the Court's opinion.


When does the Supreme Court ask for a friend of the court?

when the Supreme court decides to hear a case, the petitioner and the respondent each prepare a written brief. In case where the outcome will affect a group, but the group is not involved in the case, a "friend of the court" brief may be requested.