lillylilly1126
  • lillylilly1126
"The judicial power shall be vested in a supreme court, district courts of appeal, circuit courts, and county courts." The quote above is from the Florida constitution, because it creates four types of courts, whereas the U.S. Constitution only creates the U.S. Supreme Court U.S. Constitution, because it creates all the types of courts that may exist in any state of the nation Florida constitution, because all of these courts are equal in power at the state level U.S. Constitution, because only the national government has judicial power
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AG23
  • AG23
what do you think it is
lillylilly1126
  • lillylilly1126
i think it is A but im like umm...
AG23
  • AG23
the answer is opposite of d

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lillylilly1126
  • lillylilly1126
B
AG23
  • AG23
yes
lillylilly1126
  • lillylilly1126
i see now that the constitution is the U.S. and they are all part of the U.S. and not Fl
AG23
  • AG23
im still pretty sure its b
lillylilly1126
  • lillylilly1126
Similar yet different. The Florida Constitution has a judicial branch that interprets the law, just like the U.S. Constitution. One big difference however is that Florida designates four types of courts—Florida Supreme Court, District Courts of Appeals, Circuit Courts and County Courts. the answer was A

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