Supreme Court

A Guide to the US Supreme Court

    A Guide to the US Supreme Court
Supreme Court   The United States Supreme Court is one of the three branches of the federal government. The United States Supreme Court is sometimes also known as the High
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A Short Biography on Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ginsburg is the oldest member of the current Supreme Court of the United States. She is an Associate Justice. She was appointed by President Bill Clinton. She has served
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A Short Biography on Justice Clarence Thomas

On the list of Supreme Court Justices, Clarence Thomas experienced one of the most controversial nomination hearings. While Justices Scalia and Kennedy faced unanimous approval, the Senate vote which approved
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A Short Biography on Justice Anthony M. Kennedy

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy is one of the two members of Barack Obama's Supreme Court to receive unanimous approval from the United States Senate after his confirmation hearing, the other
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A Short Biography on Justice Antonin Scalia

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A Short Biography on Chief Justice John Roberts

 Before being appointed Chief Justice, John Roberts had an extensive legal career, despite only being fifty years old when he
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Who is in Barack Obama’s Supreme Court?

The current Supreme Court Justices are Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Justice Antonin Scalia, Justice Anthony Kennedy, Justice Clarence Thomas,
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A Brief History of the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of the United States is regarded as the highest judicial body in the country. The United States
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A Short Biography on Justice Samuel Alito

Justice Samuel Alito is the one hundred and tenth Supreme Court Justice. This conservative jurist was appointed to the Supreme
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Facts About the State Court of Georgia

Georgia State Court System Defined:The state government of Georgia and its respective court system was established and is currently governed in accordance with the Georgia State Constitution.The State court of
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