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In most cases a Supreme Court decision is permanent. The current Supreme Court can change the decision of a previous Supreme Court.


Congress cannot change a supreme court decision. They can only implement new legislation which the court can continue to rule on. To change the basis of a supreme court decision, the constitution needs to be changed.


There are only two ways to change a US Supreme Court decision:The US Supreme Court can change any current or prior decisions.Through a constitutional amendment


No it can't. The only way to overturn a supreme court decision is either another supreme court decision, or a constitutional amendment.


Unless the 'other court' is a later US Supreme Court, no. A court case in the US, once decided on by the Supreme Court, cannot be appealed to any body, so the case is decided. However, the precedent set by a US Supreme court case can be changed by a later US Supreme Court case decision, as was the case when Brown v Board of Education changed the precedent set by Plessy v Ferguson.


The only court that can overturn a Supreme court decision is the Supreme court itself. The Supreme court is the highest ruling court in the United States of America.


change the law. or not pass it. what can they do? .... #@%$ all


The official decision of the Supreme Court is known as an opinion. Rulings by the US Supreme Court cannot be appealed by a higher court.


Since you didn't say WHICH Supreme Court decision, there is no way to answer the question.


supreme court's decision is the fynal decision. supreme court can ineterpret the law. supreme court hav a right to punish the personif he/she breaks the law.


The only court that can overturn a Supreme court decision is the Supreme court itself.


No. The US Supreme Court is the final court of appeal; if they deny your case, the decision of the lower court stands. There is no other avenue of appeal.


There are only two ways in which a decision can be overruled:The Court can change it's own decision or make a different constitutional interpretation in a later decision. (the Court itself)Congress and/or the States can ratify a constitutional amendment that effectively overturns a Supreme Court decision (or precedent). (Congress and the States, working together).


Because the supreme court is the highest ranking court.


The decision made by the Supreme Court is final.


The US Supreme Court's official decision is known as the "opinion" of the Court.


The Supreme Court must have a simple majority to render a decision in a case.


You can appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada from a lower court, but you cannot appeal a decision made by the Supreme Court


No. Slavery was abolished by the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution in a joint effort between Congress and the states that ratified the amendment. A constitutional amendment is more powerful than a US Supreme Court decision, because it is not subject to change by the Supreme Court.


A U. S. president cannot reverse a U. S. Supreme Court decision or the decision of the Supreme Court of any state or territory.


Yes, they can.However, if the decision involves a question of federal or constitutional law and the case is petitioned to the US Supreme Court for a writ of certiorari, and if the U.S. Supreme Court grants certiorari, and if the U.S. Supreme Court rules differently from the state supreme court, the state is bound by the U.S. Supreme Court decision under the doctrine of Stare decisis, which is abbreviated from a Latin phrase that means "let the decision stand."


the lower court's decision stands unless there is a majority of the Supreme Court in favor of overturning it.


what resulting from supreme court decision in board of education of topeka


The decision then remains what it was when appealed to the Supreme Court.


US Supreme Court decisions are called opinions.



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