1) All petitions for a writ of certiorari involving the U.S. Supreme Court must meet two criteria: the case must have appeals exhausted up to the Court, and the case must
be brought by a U.S. citizen.
involve a state question.
involve a federal question.
have the support of four members of Congress (known as the rule of the four).Â£
2) The U.S. Attorney General has the power to bring criminal charges against a defendant.
3) The Supreme Court must hear all cases presented to it.
4) How much time is each attorney allowed to present their case during oral arguments?
one business day
three day period
5) The fourth-ranking member of the Department of Justice, responsible for handling all appeals on behalf of the U.S. government to the Supreme Court is
None of the above
6) Cases heard by a federal judge usually consist of either one of all the following, except:
They involve the federal government as a party.
They present a federal question based on a claim under the U.S. Constitution, a treaty with another nation, or a federal statute. This is called federal question jurisdiction and it can involve criminal or civil law.
They involve civil suits in which citizens are from different states, and the amount of money at issue is more than $75,000.
They involve a federal question.
7) Who approves the U.S. Attorney in each federal judicial district?
The vice president
A panel of federal judges
8) If a party wanted to present the details of a case before the trial or hearing they will administer a
9) Which court serves as a court of last resort?
10) The federal courts of appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court are
original jurisdiction courts.
both creations of the Congress.