1. Andrew, an attorney, has a case that was recently heard by the United States Court of Appeals. He would like to have the United States Supreme Court hear the case. One way by which the U.S. Supreme Court may review the case is by:
A. forum non conveniens.
B. en banc appeal.
C. motion for supreme judgment.
D. writ of certiorari.
2. Able, a resident of New York, has a dispute with Baker, a resident of Illinois, involving a contract signed and performed in New York. Baker has substantial contacts with New York. Able's damages amount to $44,000, and Able wants to sue. Able can sue:
A. only in New York state court.
B. only in New York federal court.
C. only in Illinois state court.
D. in either New York state court or New York federal court.
E. in either New York state court or Illinois state court.
These multiple choice questions belong to Law. The first question is about the way through which the US Supreme Court may review a case and the second question is about jurisdiction for filing cases.
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