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3.12 Landmark Supreme Court Civil Liberties Cases 2 of 2

The U.S. Supreme Court is the highest court in the United States. The Court has decided important cases, known as landmarks, that have had an impact on society. Visit Civics360.org for more.

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2.6 Juries

In the United States, the court system uses both criminal and civil trials, as well as the appellate process, to ensure justice. Juries are an important part of the trial process, guaranteed by the…

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3.11_2.6 Powers of State and Federal Courts

In the United States, there is a federal court system and state court system. The U.S. Supreme Court is at the top of the federal court system and is the highest court in the country. Visit…

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3.11_2.6_ State Courts

In the United States, there is a federal court system and state court system. The U.S. Supreme Court is at the top of the federal court system and is the highest court in the country. Visit…

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3.11_2.6 Federal Courts

In the United States, there is a federal court system and state court system. The U.S. Supreme Court is at the top of the federal court system and is the highest court in the country. Visit Civics360…

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2.4 Bill of Rights and First Amendment

There are 27 amendments to the U.S. Constitution. The Bill of Rights is the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Visit Civics360.org for more.

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3.14 State and Local Govt Obligations and Services

The state government provides services to the citizens of Florida based on the powers given to the state government in the U.S. Constitution and outlined in the Florida Constitution.

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3.13 Comparing Constitutions The Amendment Process

The U.S. Constitution gives some powers to the states. Each state has their own constitution to guide the structure and powers of the state. Visit Civics360.org for more.

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3.13 Comparing US and Florida Constitutions

The U.S. Constitution gives some powers to the states. Each state has their own constitution to guide the structure and powers of the state. Visit Civics360.org for more.

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3.8 Local Government

The Florida and U.S. Constitution outlines three separate branches of government. Each branch has its own structure, powers and processes. Visit Civics360.org for more.

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3.8 State Government

The Florida and US Constitution outlines three separate branches of government. Each branch has its own structure, powers and processes. Visit Civics360.org for more.

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3.14 Federal Government Obligations and Services

The federal government has certain obligations to citizens in the United States. These include providing certain services. Some of these may overlap with the obligations and services of state…

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1.3 Video Four Colonial Complaints Against the King

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.3 Video Three Tea Act and Intolerable Acts

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.3 Video Two Stamp Act and Townshend Acts

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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1.3 French and Indian War

The colonists’ decision to draft the Declaration of Independence followed several years of conflict between the king of England and the colonists. Visit Civics360 for more.

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