- DictionarySu·preme Court/səˌprēm ˈkôrt/
- 1. the highest judicial court in a country or state.
supreme court: [noun] the highest judicial tribunal in a political unit (such as a nation or state).
Although it has attempted to create standards to differentiate religious beliefs and actions from similar nonreligious beliefs, the Supreme Court has never articulated a formal definition for religion. Given the diversity of Americans’ religious experience since the Constitution was created, a single comprehensive definition has proved elusive.
This is a request that the Supreme Court order a lower court to send up the record of the case for review. The Court usually is not under any obligation to hear these cases, and it usually only does so if the case could have national significance, might harmonize conflicting decisions in the federal Circuit courts, and/or could have ...
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Native American status The question about the definition of a Native American has been presented to the Supreme Court in the cases of ...
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