McCulloch v. Maryland
Yes. And they have frequently done so. In fact, the Ninth Circuit court is regarded as the most overturned court of the federal appellate system.
No. A Supreme Court Justice is a federal judge, but there are hundreds of federal judges and only nine are on the Supreme Court.
I believe Federal law is supreme....................
The US constitution is the supreme law of the land. Following that, Federal law is supreme (or controlling).
A federal mandate
Federal Securities Act
Gregory v. Ashcroft, 501 U.S. 452 (1991)
how did the congress create the supreme court and the lower federal courts
You haven't told us what this is. In any event, if something is proposed as an amendment, it is because it would not be legal under the existing constitution and even if passed by Congress would be overturned by the Supreme Court.
The US supreme court is the highest court of the federal judicial branch. It interprets federal laws and determines the constitutionality of state and federal laws.
The State Supreme Court is a State entity and the US Supreme Court is a Federal entity. A State's Supreme Court has jurisdiction over that particular State's matters and the Federal Supreme Court has jurisdiction over the matters of Washington D.C. and it's Federal enclaves (Guam, Virgin Islands, etc.).
The US Supreme Court is head of the Judicial Branch of the United States Federal government.
There are three levels of Federal courts under the Supreme Court.
No. The Supreme Court's interpretation of the Constitution and federal laws is definitive. There are situations where a federal agency (or the Federal Reserve) could change its policy slightly to try to work around a Supreme Court decision while still basically doing the same thing, but that isn't "overriding" the Supreme Court.
Yes, there is. Lots of them, in fact.
The Supreme Court is a Federal Court.
of the United States: Supreme Court Federal Court District Court of the United States: Supreme Court Federal Court District Court federal criminal court system
The US Constitution states that Federal law is always supreme to the laws of the states.