One of the unprotected categories of speech consists of "fighting words." This is narrowly defined as words which are likely to make the person to whom they are addressed commit an act of violence. But words that cause anger are not enough. You can't shut someone down for talking by saying that you want to hit the speaker. That would amount to a "heckler's veto" which is one of the thing free speech tries to avoid. Part of free speech is that it sometimes forces people to re-think their view point on beliefs and topics.
the supreme court
They are allowed to serve on the Supreme Court for the entire time they are alive. In other words, a lifetime.
The Supreme Court alone decides which cases, and how many they will hear.
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The Supreme Court has allowed the use of quotas under certain circumstances. For example, they ruled that racial quotas may continue at the University of Michigan.
Had Congress allowed six more justices on the Supreme Court, how might have this changed the balance of powers
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The US Supreme Court
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 can beause their congress
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According to the copy of the Constitution in my history textbook, the presiding officer of the Supreme Court of the United States is the Chief Justice of the court
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Plessy V. Ferguson
The Supreme Court does no acts. It judges whether laws made by Congress are constitutional. The President has no power at all over the Supreme Court, although he can nominate people to fill a vacancy in the Court. But his nomination must still be approved by Congress.
it allowed the Supreme Court to overrule an unconstitutional law
Although the Supreme Court of Virginia possesses both original and appellate jurisdiction, its primary function is to review decisions of lower courts, including the Court of Appeals, from which appeals have been allowed.From: supreme-court-of-virginia
No, that's not true. Supreme Court justices have a right to vote, just like most other adult citizens.