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2) Write
a helpful response to the students paragraph, stating how you agree and
why followed by your opinion on the topic. keep it positive! 80 words
min

The
three main purposes of the Supreme Court are to resolve disputes
between states, to resolve conflicting opinions of lower federal and
state courts, and to resolve constitutional questions. An example of a
case in my opinion is Hernandez v. Mesa (case link below). The Hernandez
v. Mesa case is about the Hernandez parents suing Mesa in Federal
district court for killing his son. Hernandez was with friends in El
Paso, Texas near the Juarez, Mexico when Border Patrol Agent Mesa
arrived and detained one of Hernandez’s friend. Hernandez’s ran and hide
behind something, then Border Patrol Agent Mesa shot twice to Hernandez
and kill him. His family sued Mesa, but because Hernandez was a Mexican
citizen they couldn’t do anything about it.

3)
Let’s discuss the differences between trial courts (or district courts)
and appellate courts. What is the purpose of each? How are they alike,
how are they different? (Make sure you watch the video for this week
about courts to help you answer this)
150 words min***


4) Write
a helpful response to the students paragraph, stating how you agree and
why followed by your opinion on the topic. keep it positive! 80 words
min

Trial
courts are federal courts that are also called district courts. During
this court it would be the first time the jury and judge would be
hearing the case. Here they can bring witnesses and evidence to the
trial, where the jury and or judge will make an ultimate decision and or
ruling.

A appellate trial is a trial that either the defendant
or prosecutor did not like the decision that was made at the trial
court, therefore is trying to appeal the decision in a higher court,
being the supreme court. During this trial there are 9 supreme judges
who review the case from the trial court, in order to figure out if they
had made the correct legal decision, when it came to the case.

The
main difference between the two is that the trial court uses a judge
and a jury to make their decision, but if found to have not made the
right legal decision, a higher court, supreme court can over see that
decision if asked for an appeal and granted. They are both similar
because they are both courts trying to make a decision that is fair for
the party involved.


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