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    • FEDERAL LITIGATION Of United states of America Presented by Sadanand Naik Legal Assistant Cerebra Integrated Technologies Ltd Bangalore, India
    • COURT AND ITS KINDS
      • COURT IS AN ADJUDICATER OF DISPUTES
      • Two kinds of federal courts
      • The trial court i.e. District courts
      • The appellate court i.e. the circuit courts and
      • the supreme court
      • Two kinds of courts in the country
      • Federal courts and
      • State courts
    • FEDERAL AND STATE COURT DISTICTION
      • FEDERAL COURTS
      • Established under US Constitution
      • Disputes involving the constitution
      • Laws passed by congress
      • STATE COURTS
      • Established by state
      • Disputes involving state constitution
      • Laws passed by state
    • HIERARCHY OF FEDERAL COURTS
      • US SUPREME COURT
      • US COURT OF APPEALS
      • US DISTRICT COURTS
    • JURISDICTION OF FEDERAL COURT
      • US IS A PARTY IN A CASE
      • QUESTION JURISDICION i.e.cases involving us constitution and federal laws.
      • DIVERSITY JURISDICTION i.e. citizens of different state amount above $ 75,000.
    • PROCEDURES APPLIED
      • FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
      • FEDERAL RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
      • FEDERAL RULES OF APPEALS PROCEDURE
      • FEDERAL RULES OF BANKRUPTCY PROCEDURE.
      • FEDERAL RULES OF EVIDENCE.
    • HOW THE PROCEEDINGS TAKES PLACE
      • Starting the case
      • PLEADINGS
      • Pretrial Activity
      • PRETRIAL CONFERENCES
      • DISCOVERY
      • MOTIONS
      • SETTLEMENTEFFORTS & ADR
      • Trial
      • JURY TRIAL BENCH TRIAL
      • JURY SELECTION
      • OPENING STATEMENTS
      • PRESENTATION OF EVIDENCE
      • EVIDENCE RULINGS
      • CLOSING ARGUMENTS
      • INSTRUCTION&STANDARD OF PROOF
      • DELIBERATION AND VERDICT
      • Post trial
      • JUDGEMENT
      • RIGHT OF APPEAL
    • PLEADINGS
      • COMPLAINT BY PLAINTIFF
      • ANSWER BY DEFENDANT
      • MOTIONS
    • OPENING STATEMENT
      • LAWYER OF BOTH THE SIDES
      • OVERVIEW OF EVIDENCE
    • PRESENTATION OF EVIDENCE
      • Plaintiff evidence
      • Defense evidence
      • Evidence two kinds.
      • PHYSICAL EVIDENCE e.g. documents,
      • photographs, objects( exhibits)
      • TESTIMONY WITNESSES
      • Direct Examination
      • Cross Examination
      • Redirect examination
      • Recross Examination
    • CLOSING ARGUEMENTS
      • BY THE PLAINTIFF AND DEFENDANT ‘S
      • LAWYER
      • WHAT ARE THE ISSUES
      • WHAT ARE PROVED AND
      • WHAT NOT
      • LAW AND PRECEDENTS
    • Instructions and standard of proof
      • INSTRUCTIONS TO JURY BY JUDGE
      • PREPONDERENCE OF EVIDENCE
      • HOW TO APPLY LAW
    • Deliberations and verdict
      • JURY ROOM
      • DISCUSSION OF EVIDENCE
    • JUDGEMENT
      • IS A OUTCOME OF A
      • TRIAL OR RESULT OF
      • THE CASE
    • RIGHT O APPEAL
      • LOSING PARTY
      • GROUNDS DISTRICT JUDGE ERROR
      • IMPROPER EVIDENCE ADMI
      • WRONG INTERPERETATION OF LAW
    • How Cases Move Through Federal Courts Appeals
      • ASSIGNMENT OF JUDGES
      • ALTERNATE DESPUTE RESOLUTION
      • REVIEW OF LOWER COURT DECISION
      • ORAL ARGUMENT
      • DECISION
      • APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT
      • Reference
      • http:// www.fjc.gov/federal/courts.nsf/autoframe?OpenForm&nav =menu4a&page=/federal/courts.nsf/page/F9A7B67E8B890BE1852568240069786A?opendocument