Supreme Court Review
Analyze the ways in which a criminal case can get to the U.S. Supreme Court. Which cases must the Supreme Court review, and which cases do they have discretion on whether or not to render an opinion? What is the court’s discretionary jurisdiction called? It is recommended that your post contain approximately 400 words.
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