CJ-560 5-2 Courts and Judicial Process

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Overview: This activity will allow you to organize the appeals process in a judicial case.

Create a chart that maps the appeals process within a case selected from the list below. (You may use Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, other similar word processing or spreadsheet programs, or online tools such as Bubbl.us.) Details from each case can be found on the Supreme Court Opinions page.

Ohio v. Clark (2015)

Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed:

I. Timeline: Create a timeline of the appeals process.

II. Facts: Describe the facts of the appeals.

III. Outcome: Explain the outcome at each stage.

IV. Change: Evaluate how the outcomes changed as the process unfolded.

Guidelines for Submission: Your chart must be submitted with at least two sources cited in APA format. Submit your file in one of the following formats: DOC, DOCX, XLS, or PDF.


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Robert__F
School: Rice University

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Running Head: COURTS AND JUDICIAL PROCESSES

Courts and Judicial Processes
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COURTS AND JUDICIAL PROCESSES

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The process of appeal
The judiciary system is designed in a way to weed out cases in levels of complexity,
monetary value and impact in the society. There are many problems to consider in order
choosing the best place to start a case. Despite the fact that Article III of the Constitution, which
builds the judiciary, leaves Congress with great tactics to decide the form and structure of the
legal government. In fact, even the number of Supreme Court judges left to Congress. The
Constitution also allows Congress to appoint lower courts in relation to the Supreme Court, and
for this convention, local courts in the United States have been set up, trying most of the
government, and 13 United States land plots, which control the cases of the courts. According to
the government of the court have three primary levels: the court area (the preliminary court), the
courts of the circuit and the Supreme Court (Neubauer, 2016).
Introductory levels.
State Court
The state courts are in every province and all rooms and have a unified space unlimited.
Therefore,...

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