By William Fayette 1836-1909 Fox
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Additional resources for Civil Government of Virginia: A Text-Book for Schools, Based Upon the Constitution of 1902, and Conforming to the Laws enacted in Accordance Therewith
The common law of England, upon which the common law of Virginia is based, includes customs of the people of such long standing that the courts took notice of them and gave them the force of law. Common law is the UNWRITTEN law; statute law consists of the laws enacted and recorded by legislatures. Law and Equity Court of the City of Richmond. Judge elected by the General Assembly for a term of eight years. Salary, $3,500. Qualifications. Same as those of a Circuit Judge. Terms. Shall hold four terms each year, beginning the second Monday in February, May, September, and December, continuing as long as the business of the Court may require.
There are twenty-four judicial circuits, with a judge for each circuit. The judge must reside in the circuit for which he is elected; shall not hold any other office or public trust; shall not practice law. Elected by the General Assembly for terms of eight years. Salary, $2,500, except the judge of the circuit which includes the city of Richmond, who receives $3,500. Circuit judges are entitled to mileage. Terms. There shall be at least five terms in each county and two terms in each year in each city except in cities of the second class that have their own courts.
1. How many judges constitute the Supreme Court of Appeals? 2. How long is the term of each judge? 3. What salaries do they receive? 4. Do they hold any other office or practice law? 5. What are their qualifications? 6. Where are the sessions of the Supreme Court held? 7. Define judiciary. 8. Define judicial station. 9. What is a session of court? 10. Define jurisdiction. 11. What is appellate jurisdiction? 12. What is the principal business of the Supreme Court of Appeals? 13. What is a lower court?
Civil Government of Virginia: A Text-Book for Schools, Based Upon the Constitution of 1902, and Conforming to the Laws enacted in Accordance Therewith by William Fayette 1836-1909 Fox