The tennessee supreme court is the states court of last resort the five supreme court justices may accept appeals of civil and criminal cases from lower state courts they also interpret the laws and constitutions of tennessee and the united states the supreme court may assume jurisdiction over undecided cases in the court of appeals or court of criminal appeals when there is special need . Supreme court defends womens voting rights in washington dc the 19th amendment to the us constitution providing for female suffrage is unanimously declared constitutional by the eight . History the michigan supreme court can be dated back to the supreme court of michigan territory established in 1805 with three justices these justices served for indefinite terms in 1823 the terms of justices were limited to four years the michigan supreme court was the only court created by the first michigan constitution in 1835 it had three members and each also oversaw one of the . The supreme court of the state of north carolina is the states highest appellate courtuntil the creation of the north carolina court of appeals in the 1960s it was the states only appellate court the supreme court consists of six associate justices and one chief justice although the number of justices has varied from time to time. Why the supreme court ended up with nine justices and how that could change the us supreme court changed size seven times in its first 80 years from as few as five justices to as many as 10
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