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Chapter 18: How the Court Decides: Operations and Traditions
Chapter 18: How the court decides: Operations and traditions

The Supreme Court sits atop a federal court system that includes twelve regional appeals courts and several special courts that review patents, trade disputes, and claims against the government. The Court's mission is to enforce the Constitution and the laws of the United States and to resolve legal questions that arise over how ...

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