The Supreme Court hears the most important cases.
Supreme Court will review cases from four states on the freedom to marry.
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%
Cases that ask questions that are important to many people.
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The Supreme Court hears cases which are on final appeal. The Supreme Court also hears cases relating to national elections.
The US Supreme Court hears cases in the courtroom of the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC.
The Supreme Court justices hear cases in the courtroom of the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC.
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There are two special cases that start trial in the United States Supreme Court. Cases involving foreign officials and cases in which a state is a party originate in the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court hears any cases that involve the interpretation of the Constitution.
US Supreme Court cases are argued in open court in the courtroom of the Supreme Court Building in Washington, DC. The Court hears most cases under its appellate jurisdiction, so there is no trial.