Was REA supported by the Supreme Court?
Rural Electrification Act of 1936?
Are you asking about New Deal legislation? Please clarify.
Sorry, no go. Supreme Court Judgments can't be overturned by mere Family Courts-- unless you live in Rhode Island (they do things differently in Rhode Island. Once, I shot my neighbors cow, and he sued me-- I won on libel, don't ask why. Rhode Island is weird.) . A Parcel Law was recently passed there, so if you need Child Support, I suggest you go to a Family Court there.
The ratification of the US Constitution in 1789.
Yes. The US Supreme Court was mandated by Article III of the Constitution, but was actually established by Congress via the Judiciary Act of 1789.
The Verags and pendeja case
Not directly. The US Supreme Court is the highest federal appellate court in the United States. Lower courts are supposed to follow precedents set by the Court's decisions, but the Supreme Court doesn't exercise operational control over the lower courts.
Bush v. Gore, 531 US 98 (2000)
That was Dred Scott.He should have claimed his freedom while he was on free soil.But he was brought back into slave country, and tried to claim his freedom when his status was subject to debate.This caused immense trouble - and arguably started the Civil War.
Dred Scott v. Sandford
No, the Supreme Court is separate from all other courts. The president nominates judges to federal courts and Congress approves them.
The appointment of the Supreme Court justices involves a number of steps that are set of the constitution of the United States. The Justices are appointed by the president and confirmed by the senate. The Senate Judiciary Committee usually has a series of hearings which calls upon the nominee and other witnesses to answer questions and make statements.
West v. Barnes, (1791)* (August 2-3, 1791) The case of West v. Barnes would have been a comedy of errors, if not for the bad fortune that befell William West at every turn. *West was the first case argued before the US Supreme Court; however, the documentation was lost, so the case does not appear in US Reports, the official publication of US Supreme Court opinions (at 2 US 401, the place currently occupied by… Read More
you can find it in the social studies books that were i found it at i forgot what it said so look in a social studies book my opinion :P
According to Law.com, approximately 16% of the US Supreme Court's docket are cases on appeal from state courts; this represents approximately .8% of the cases petitioned to the Court.
The US Supreme Court is the only federal court mandated by the Constitution, but it was actually the Judiciary Act of 1789 that formally created the court.
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.
The only court that can overturn a Supreme court decision is the Supreme court itself.
A simple majority vote of the justices who reviewed the case. Ideally, all nine justices would consider every case, but circumstances sometimes interfere with that.
James Wilson, John Jay, William Cushing, John Blair, John Rutledge, James Iredell, Thomas Johnson, William Paterson, John Rutledge, and Oliver Ellsworth.
The US Supreme Court heard Worcester v. Georgia in 1832. In Worcester, the US Supreme Court decided the states (in this case, Georgia) had no right to redraw the boundaries of Native American territories, or to require white people to purchase a license to live on the land. As a result, the lower court decision convicting eleven missionaries of violating state law by refusing to purchase a permit to live on Cherokee land was reversed… Read More
The Supreme Court cannot directly enforce its rulings; instead, it relies on respect for the Constitution and for the law for adherence to its judgments. Because the Supreme Court simply bases its decisions on the Constitution, the decisions are not overturned. The decisions simply uphold the Constitution but do not have outside enforcement. Added: Short answer: (in the US) The Supreme Court is the highest court in the nation. Its rulings cannot be overturned unless… Read More
Yes. The Constitution gives Congress the power to establish other courts inferior to the Supreme Court, it does not itself establish them.
President Gerald Ford nominated Associate Justice John Paul Stevens to the US Supreme Court in 1975. Stevens was confirmed by a Senate vote of 98-0. Stevens is currently (2009) the Senior Associate Justice on the court, but is rumored to be retiring at the end of the 2009-2010 Term.
The supreme court was built in 1789.
The supreme court was built to take on more serious or global cases.
The Supreme Court was established in September 1789.
supreme court created
The Supreme Court was created in 1789 by the Judiciary Act. Originally, there were only six Supreme Court justices, though there are nine today.
The US supreme court was established with the US Constitution was ratified. It did not actually exist until after the president and Congress were elected and the new government took power. Washington appointed the first justices and they were confirmed by the Senate in 1789, Washington's first year in office.
it was formed by being formed
There is no case that set up the Supreme Court. The US Supreme Court was required under Article III of the Constitution; Congress created it with the Judiciary Act of 1789.
The US Supreme Court was mandated by Article III of the Constitution, but was actually created by Congress in the Judiciary Act of 1789. For more specific information about the creation of the US Supreme Court, see Related Links, below.
Damned if I know. That's why I asked the question.
Supreme Court Justice positions are nominated by the President of the United states and confirmed by the Senate.
The Judicial Branch of the United States government
The Supreme Court heads the judicial branch of the United States government. The judicial branch also includes lower courts and special courts as well as court support organizations.
No, Senators are chosen by popular election in the States they represent.
The president is responsible for appointing justices, who then must be approved by the Senate.
The supreme court justices are appointed by the President!
No. They are nominated by the current U.S. President. A Supreme Court justice is nominated to a life term, and when he or she chooses to retire the president currently in office is to nominate a new justice to fill the empty seat. Because of this, justices usually wait to retire until a president who shares their social beliefs comes into office, and so there's a balance between the more conservative and liberal judges.
the supreme court picks whichever case they think are most important.out of all the cases they get they can only choose about 5% to 15%
No one. Supreme Court justice don't make political appointments; that authority falls to the President, with the approval of the Senate.
Grandson: John Marshall Harlan II Grandfather: John Marshall Harlan
Why was the Arizona state supreme court's conviction of Ernesto Miranda overturned by the US supreme court?
he was not informed of his rights prior to a police interrogation.
According to the California Supreme Court Historical Society, the California Supreme Court has been the "most cited and followed" state supreme court since 1940.
yes"the us supreme court justices reflect and support the political agenda
as of 2013, yes. But only by a majority of 5 to 4.