Which 1962 case did the justices rule that the reading of a nondenominational prayer before the school day was unconstitutional?
It is unconstitutional for a police officer to formally question a person before reading them their rights. Read More
The justices of the US Supreme Court, provided a state law conflicting with the federal Constitution is part of an appeal before the Court. Read More
Yes, but.... The Supreme Court can declare both acts of Congress and the Executive branch unconstitutional, but only if the act, executive order or law is properly challenged. The justices cannot declare anything unconstitutional on their own initiative; they can only exercise judicial review if the question of constitutionality is part of a valid case or controversy before the Court. Read More
There are many unconstitutional laws that are in place throughout the United States. These are laws that either violate the rights of the citizens or are no longer valid due to changes in the times and laws that have been adopted. Before a law can be declared unconstitutional legislatures must make a formal appeal to have the unconstitutional law removed from the books. Read More
There were 75 justices appointed to the Supreme court before O'Conner Read More
The justices of the US Supreme Court vote on each case that is brought before them. The decision of the court is whatever a majority of the justices agree on. Each justice has an equal say in the decision. Read More
The nine justices shake hands with each of the other nine justices to remind themselves that their differences on the bench should not interfere with the cohesiveness of the Court. Read More
There were 101 MALE justices appointed to the US Supreme Court before Sandra Day O'Connor was appointed on July 7, 1981. Read More
How many Supreme Court Justices must vote in favor of bringing a case before the court for consideration?
Four justices must vote in favor of a case before bringing it to the court for consideration. This is the "rule of four". Read More
How do you match these reading techniques with when technique is used A Surveying B Paraphrasing C Summarizing 1 While reading 2 Before reading 3 After reading?
Survey . . . Before reading Paraphrasing . . . While reading Summarizing . . . After reading Read More
figure out the purpose of reading Read More
There is no requirement for a reading of the will. That is a fictitious concept. Read More
Charles Seager has written: 'Hand-book of procedure in criminal cases before justices of the peace' -- subject(s): Criminal procedure, Justices of the peace Read More
Who is the authority of the US Supreme Court who decides which Congressional acts are unconstitutional?
There is no single authority on the Supreme Court who makes those decisions. The Court, as a whole, determines by simple majority vote (which would be five votes, if all nine justices hear a case) whether a statute, executive order, or policy relevant to a case before the Court violates the principles of the Constitution. Read More
One traditionally taps a barometer before taking the pressure reading and weather forecast. Read More
The US Supreme court is currently comprised of 1 Chief Justice and 8 Associate Justices - for a total of 9 justices. Article III of the United States Constitution gives Congress the authority to set the number of justices. The Judiciary Act of 1789 set the number at six justices. As the nation grew in size, more circuit courts were created and Congress added justices to correspond with the growing number of judicial circuits: seven… Read More
The Supreme Court requires that any time, there is a quorum of 2/3rds of the Justices is present. Therefore, six judges be present. Read More
No special preparations are necessary before an iridology reading. Read More
do you have to tap a barometer daily to get correct reading Read More
The answer is yes. Read More
Yes, but before they can take a seat on the bench, they have to first be confirmed by the Senate. Read More
The Supreme Court Historical Society hosts a photograph of the justices as a group. The current photograph was taken before Justice Kagan joined the Court, and before Justice Stevens retired; however, the Historical Society promises an update soon. To see a picture of the justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, you can access the Supreme Court Historical Society via Related Links, below. Read More
What is the reason to create an Everything-you-Know chart or a Quad-Entry diary before reading a text?
To organize your thoughts and questions before reading a text Read More
What type of unconstitutional law punishes the commission of a crime that occurred before the law was passed?
Ex post facto law Read More
Y-E-S spells yes Of if you researched instead of shooting from the hip as the guy before me did, you would find that the real answer is, it depends (the typical law answer). Is the portion severable from the rest of the statute? In other words, will the statute still make sense and operate without the portion that is unconstitutional? If the answer is yes, then the statute is only unconstitutional in part. If the… Read More
Can Four or more justices must agree before an opinion becomes the Supreme Court's official decision?
5 or more :) Read More
For a case to be heard before the U. S. Supreme Court there must be a quorum. This requires at least six Justices to be present. There is a total of nine Justices on the Supreme Court but illness or recusals could cause less than 9 on a case. For a decision to be rendered it requires a majority of the Justices hearing the case. If all Justices are present the majority would require 5… Read More
How many male justices had been appointed to the US Supreme Court before Sandra Day O'Connor became the first woman named to the nation's highest court?
There had been 101 justices appointed to the Supreme Court before O'Connor. She was the 102nd in 1981 and Ruth Bader Ginzberg became the 107th justice in 1993. Read More
Have a purpose Read More
They have to learn Hebrew. Read More
Supreme Court justices are appointed by the executive branch and approved by the legislative branch. Theoretically, this process weeds out any power-hungry crazy people. If the Supreme Court declares a law unconstitutional, the legislative branch can then pass (and the executive branch can sign) a law that is worded in a way so that it is constitutional. The Constitution can be amended to get around a Supreme Court ruling that a law is unconstitutional. For… Read More
The Judicial Branch may declare laws related to cases before the courts unconstitutional. Read More
The Judicial Branch interprets the law and may declare a law unconstitutional if it is relevant to a case before a court. Unconstitutional laws are nullified (overturned) and rendered unenforceable. Contrary to popular belief, they do not review all federal laws for constitutionality. Read More
On the basis of the evidence placed before them, previous law, the constitution and finally their own experience/interpretation. Read More
Cody is reading a book he is on a page that is after 30 but before 35 the sum of the two digits equals 6 What page is Cody reading?
Cody is reading page 33. Read More
It is preferred that the women cover themselves and wear at least a sedal but it is not necessary. Covering yourself before reading the Quran shows respect to Allah and his book. Read More
If the law is relevant to a case or controversy before the Court, they can nullify any enacted law they find unconstitutional. They can't do anything about laws they believe unconstitutional unless someone challenges the law or something legitimately related to that law. Read More
I thought that the monster was dumb but on reading the book he was quite eloquent and could even read. Read More
The declaration of Independence is part of the historical context of the U.S. Constitution. Read More