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State Supreme Courts


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Supreme Courts, State

State Supreme Courts

Supreme Courts, State

The Supreme Court and the State Courts

Televised Attacks and the Incumbency Advantage in State Supreme Courts

The Impact of State Supreme Court Decisions on Public School Finance

A Common-Space Measure of State Supreme Court Ideology

Japan: The Supreme Court and the separation of church and state

State v Petane, Supreme Court decision, 1988 3 SA 51 (C), ILDC 1348 (ZA 1987), 3rd November 1987, Supreme Court of Appeal [SCA]

The Consistency of the U.S. Supreme Court's “Pro-State” Bloc

State Merit Amicus Participation and Federalism Outcomes in the U.S. Supreme Court

National Policy Preferences and Judicial Review of State Statutes at the United States Supreme Court

Jay, John (1745 - 1829), Diplomat, State Governor, U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice

State Immunity and Human Rights: The Italian Supreme Court Decision on the Ferrini Case

Pham v Secretary of State for the Home Department [2015] UKSC 19, Supreme Court

Alaska v Jack (Vernon G.), Decision of the State Supreme Court, 125 P.3d 311 (Alaska 2005), ILDC 937 (US 2005), 12th December 2005, Supreme Court [Ala.]

The U.S. Supreme Court's Federalism Jurisprudence: Alden v. Maine and the Enhancement of State Sovereignty

“An Innate Sense of Fairness”: State Responses to the U.S. Supreme Court's Sovereign Immunity Decisions

Representing the States Before the U.S. Supreme Court: State Amicus Brief Participation, the Policy-making Environment, and the Fourth Amendment

 

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At the time of federation in 1901, each of the states of Australia had a superior court of record named the Supreme Court. The oldest state Supreme Court is that ...

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