Supreme Court, U.S.

The United States’ highest judicial body, the U.S. Supreme Court was established by the U.S. Constitution and came into being pursuant to the Judiciary Act of 1789. Comprising a chief justice and eight associate justices, the Supreme Court is the final ...

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