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  1. The Supreme Court Building houses the Supreme Court of the United States. Also referred to as "The Marble Palace," [2] the building serves as the official workplace of the Chief Justice of the United States and the eight Associate Justices of the Supreme Court .

  2. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) is the highest court in the federal judiciary of the United States. It has ultimate appellate jurisdiction over all U.S. federal court cases, and over state court cases that involve a point of federal law.

  3. Perhaps more telling was the North Carolina Supreme Court’s decision in State v. Huntly, 25 N. C. 418 (1843) (per curiam). Unlike the Tennessee Supreme Court in Simpson, the Huntly court held that the common-law offense codified by the Statute of Northampton was part of the State’s law. See 25 N. C., at 421–422.

  4. The members of the Supreme Court including Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes (center, front row) ruled against President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's New Deal programs. ... “Between the ages of ...

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  6. Requests to the Florida Supreme Court for official public records should be made in writing pursuant to Rule of Judicial Administration 2.420 to publicinformation@flcourts.org. Rule 2.420 is the judicial counterpart to Florida's public records statutes, Chapter 119.

  7. Nov 04, 2022 · 1 of 3 FILE - Members of the Supreme Court sit for a new group portrait following the addition of Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson, at the Supreme Court building in Washington, Friday, Oct ...

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