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- proper n. The highest court in a legal jurisdiction.
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- n. the highest court in most states of the United States
- n. the highest federal court in the United States; has final appellate jurisdiction and has jurisdiction over all other courts in the nation
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I called the Supreme Court and a wonderful clerk told me that he had been there for twenty years and never had seen such a thing.
The trial courts first court to hear a case generally in New York are called the Supreme Court.
The matter can get in front of the courts in one of two ways: any implementing legislation could be referred to the Supreme Court by the president under Article 26 of the constitution.
I think this shows not only the inappropriateness of public opinion polls in registering opinion about the Supreme Court, but also the vacuity of trying to label Supreme Court decisions as “conservative” or “liberal”–that is, if “conservative” or “liberal” are to tell us anything more than the words “Republican” or “Democrat” currently tell us.epluribusQuote
And he called the Supreme Court justice a homophobe.
This may come as a shock, but it wasn't until just recently, 1989 to be exact, that a liberal in the literal sense of the word Supreme Court decided that the freedom of speech clause in the 1st Amendment to the Bill of Rights protected something creatively called "symbolic speech."
“President” was the designation recommended for the Chief Executive; the court of last resort was to be called the Supreme Court of the United States.
I mean I'm not trying to defend you calling a Supreme Court Justice a bitch, but the fact that they memorialized it meant they were setting the trap on you on that one.
In 2009, he called Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor a "racist" not long before he said the secret to understanding President Barack Obama was his embrace of the radical "Kenyan anti-colonial" mentality of his late father.
Most recently, Perry forgot the name of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor during an interview with the famously forgot one of the government agencies he would eliminate if elected: Herman Cain Campaign Suspension: Twitter Reactions To His Announcement famously forgot one of the government agencies he would eliminate if elected: It's three government agencies when I get there that are gone: Commerce, Education and the um, what's the third one there.
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