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  • Moderation is our legislative branch because it moderates and makes our laws.
  • What did I just read? The Georgia flag stands for Justice, Moderation, and Wisdom, but why?
  • Justice makes up our judicial branch because that is what we serve to Georgia -justice.
  •  Wisdom is the quality of having knowledge. Which makes up our executive branch
  • Qualifications-21 yrs of age, US citizen, Georgia resident, and local district resident for 1 year.  Terms- 2 year terms Duties- include passing bills on public policy matters, setting levels for state spending, raising and lowering taxes, and voting to uphold or override gubernatorial vetoes. Elections- they are directly voted by the constituents of their district
  • Representatives Qualifications, terms, etc.
  • Qualifications-25 yrs of age, US citizen, Georgia resident, and local district resident.  Terms- 2 year terms Duties- Introduces legislation to the Georgia Senate Elections- they are directly voted by the constituents of their districts.
  • senators Qualifications, terms, etc.
  • LT. Governor  elected by popular vote The lieutenant governor's primary job is to serve as President of the Georgia State Senate.
  • Speaker of House elected by fellow Members of the House to serve as their leader at the beginning of each two year term
  • enforcing laws, appointing people to state offices, signing bills into laws, suggesting new state programs and laws, and proposing and directing the state budget.
  • 4 yr term, 2 consecutive a candidate must win a statewide election by popular vote.
  • at least 30 years old,   a US citizen for at least 15 yr,  a Georgia resident for at least 6 years
  • The governor
  • president of the Senate, decides committee memberships and chooses committee chairs.
  • Same as gov. for qualifications and terms except for unlimited terms
  • Lt. Governor
  • Appellate courts are the part of the judicial system that is responsible for hearing and reviewing appeals from legal cases that have already been heard in a trial-level or other lower court.
  • In trial courts, peoples’ actions are measured against the law. the actions can be judged in one of two ways: by a group of citizens called a  jury, or simply by a judge. Trial courts hear and try cases for the first time. The five trial-level courts are superior, state, juvenile, probate, and magistrate courts.
  • civil law has to deal with disputes between civilians criminal law deals with people hurting other people and felonies.
  • what is the difference between criminal and civil law??
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