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The handgun ban and the trigger-lock requirement( as applied to self-defense) violate the second amendment. the district’s total ban on handgun possession in the home amounts to a prohibition on an entire class of “arms” that Americans overwhelmingly choose for the lawful purpose of self-defense. under any of the standards of scrutiny the court has applied to enumerated constitutional rights, this prohibition- in the place where the importance of the lawful defense, family, and property is most acute-would fail constitutional muster. 2)based on the quote how does the supreme court interpret the second Amendment? A) the supreme court supports the right of citizens to have a handgun in their home if they are part of a militia. B) the supreme court does not support the rights of citizens to have a handgun in their home if they are using it for self-defense. C)the supreme court supports the right of citizens to have a handgun in their home if they are using it for self-defense D)the supreme court does not support the right of citizens to have a handgun in their home if they have been convicted of a felony. 3) the court of appeals for the armed force is (1 point) A) a military court that retries controversial cases involving violations of military law. B)a civilian tribunal the reviews verdicts rendered by military courts-martial. C)a civilian court that handles claims for veterans’ benefits that have been denied. D)a military commission that tries cases involving unlawful enemy combatants. “like the 94 district courts, it is a federal trial court, a court of first instance it tries all civil (but not criminal) cases that arise out of the nation’s customs…laws. its judges sit in panels of three and often hold jury trials in such major ports as new Orleans, San Francisco, Boston, and new York” 4) use the passage to answer the question. which u.s. federal court does this excerpt from the textbook describe? A) Alien trial removal court B)court of federal claims C)court of international trade D)federal court of appeals. the government is shielded from suit by the doctrine of sovereign immunity. The doctrine comes from an ancient principle of English public law: ‘the king can do no wrong’ the rule is not intended to protect public officials from charges of wrongdoing” 5) As a result of the principle explained in this excerpt from the textbook, citizens of the united states(1 point) A) cannot sue representative or officers of the federal government even if they commit a crime. B)must petition their representatives in congress to pass an act to let them sue the government. C) need to bring their case to the supreme court and win a ruling authorizing them to sue the government. D)can only sue the government in limited cases already approved by congress. 6) the territorial courts are most similar to (1 point) A)the local courts in the 50 states B)the courts-martial C)the federal courts of appeals D)the federal district courts.

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