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United States federal courts: Quiz


Question 1: Article III requires the establishment of a Supreme Court and permits the Congress to create other federal courts, and place limitations on their ________.
Forum shoppingJurisdictionForum non conveniensLis alibi pendens

Question 2: It generally is an appellate court that operates under discretionary review, meaning that the Court, through granting of writs of ________, can choose which cases to hear.
Administrative lawCertiorariCert poolCommon law

Question 3: For example, the doctrines of ________, ripeness, and standing prohibit district courts from issuing advisory opinions.
ShariaJusticiabilityCommon lawMootness

Question 4: ________
United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth CircuitUnited States Court of Appeals for the Ninth CircuitUnited States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia CircuitUnited States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Question 5: ________ offer an elective course that focuses specifically on the powers and limitations of U.S.
Legal educationJuris DoctorBachelor's degreeLaw school

Question 6: The United States federal courts comprises the Judiciary Branch of government organized under the Constitution and laws of the ________.
United States CongressUnited States House of RepresentativesFederal government of the United StatesState governments of the United States

Question 7: The ________ is responsible for providing protection for the federal judiciary and transporting federal prisoners.
Drug Enforcement AdministrationUnited States Attorney GeneralUnited States Marshals ServiceUnited States Attorney

Question 8: ________
North CarolinaSupreme Court of the United StatesSouth CarolinaUnited States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces

Question 9: While federal courts are generally created by the ________ under the constitutional power described in Article III, many of the specialized courts are created under the authority granted in Article I.
United States Congress111th United States Congress110th United States CongressUnited States Senate

Question 10: Other doctrines, such as the abstention doctrine and the Rooker-Feldman doctrine limit the power of lower federal courts to disturb rulings made by ________.
South CarolinaState courtKentuckyState supreme court


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