Q#1 – Why did the framers of the U.S. Constitution divide the federal government into three branches?
Q#2 – Explain how each branch of the federal government is able to control or limit the actions
taken by the other branches.
Q#3 – Compare and contrast law, on the one hand, and ethics, on the other. What is the key factor in the difference between the
Q#4 – What is the “supreme law of the land”?
Q#5 – Is there only one constitution?
Q#6 – What role do court decisions play in creating law? Is every court decision of equal importance in every circumstance? Explain why, or why not.
Q#7 – What two things are required before any given court has the power to decide any given dispute?
Q#8 – In what court was this complaint filed and why do you suppose it was filed there?
Q#9 – Do you think that the claims asserted in the complaint are likely to be found valid? Explain your reasons.
Q#10 – Did this amicus brief cause you to change your mind? Why or Why not?