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Supreme Court Dialog

Inside the Supreme Court of the United States with Chief Justice RobertsEven citizens familiar with the operation of the Supreme Court will gain interesting insights about the high court from Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. as he talks with students about its structure, function, and history. In this engaging 37-minute discussion, taped for Constitution Day, the Chief Justice also addresses common misconceptions about the Supreme Court.

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Supreme Court Conversation on the Constitution: Jury ServiceAs a tie-in with the Constitution and one of the obligations of citizenship -- jury service -- this Supreme Court video is on the Constitutional guarantee of trial by jury. Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Sandra Day O’Connor, and Anthony M. Kennedy (l. to r.) discuss the importance of jury service with high school students. Produced by The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands.

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Supreme Court Conversation on the Constitution: Jury Service

As a tie in with the Constitution and one of the obligations of citizenship – jury service – this year's Supreme Court video is on the Constitutional guarantee of trial by jury. Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Sandra Day O'Connor, and Anthony M. Kennedy discuss the importance of jury service with high school students. Produced by The Annenberg Foundation Trust at Sunnylands.



Supreme Court Justices Shed Light on Different Approaches to Interpreting the ConstitutionViewers will get firsthand perspectives on how the Supreme Court decides what the Constitution means when they watch a 37-minute conversation among Justices Antonin Scalia and Stephen G. Breyer, and a group of high school students. The taped discussion and follow-up questions for local discussion explore different theories of judicial interpretation and how they affect not only the outcomes of cases but democracy and daily life.

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