Describe the path that a case would have to take from the state trial court level to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Describe the path that a case would have to take from the state trial court level to the U.S. Supreme Court. Discuss specialized courts, such as drug courts, and whether or not you think they are a good idea and why. Make sure to gather evidence (law, policy, procedure, and data) and evaluate for relevance: Are specialized drug courts used in your jurisdiction? What is their effectiveness? What are some direct/indirect consequences: Specialized courts have shown moderate success rates, but they are also expensive to run. Discuss which should be the most important consideration, cost or effectiveness, and how these two conflicting attributes can best be balanced. Your paper must be at least 700-800 words in length, excluding the title and reference pages, and must adhere to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th edition) writing format. If your paper does not comply with this format, you will lose points. You may want to visit Purdue OWL for assistance with formatting your paper in APA style. You must cite at least two scholarly references for your paper. Please be aware that websites such as Wikipedia are not scholarly sources. No plagiarism
Courts in the United States
The highest court on the land is the Supreme Court. For cases to reach this court, they must have gone through an illustrious and long journey from the local state courts. Normally, when a defendant is not satisfied by the decision or ruling that has been made by a lower court, they can make an appeal in another higher court. If the appeal is approved, the court may listen to the case and if another appeal is filed, the case could end up in the Supreme Court.
There are more than eight thousand appealed cases that are filed with the Court every year. However, only a very small fraction of these cases get to be decided by the Court……………
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