Court Systems-Two Separate Court SystemsFederalState-Two kinds of court casesCivilCriminal
Court Systems-Two Separate Court SystemsFederalState-Two kinds of court casesCivilCriminal
Jurisdiction-the authority to hear a question or case in dispute-Original Jurisdiction-this belongs to the court which has...
Constitution-Example
Federal Law-Example
Maritime Laws-Example
Disputes involving the U.S.          Government-Example
Controversies between states-Example
Disputes between citizens of         different states-Example
Disputes involving Different          governments-Example
Cases involving U.S. Officials in         Foreign Nations-Example
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32 federal court system

  1. 1. Court Systems-Two Separate Court SystemsFederalState-Two kinds of court casesCivilCriminal
  2. 2. Court Systems-Two Separate Court SystemsFederalState-Two kinds of court casesCivilCriminal
  3. 3. Jurisdiction-the authority to hear a question or case in dispute-Original Jurisdiction-this belongs to the court which hasthe initial authority to hear a case-Exclusive Jurisdiction-means that jurisdiction belongs toonly one group-Concurrent Jurisdiction-this means that a case can beheard in one of several courts
  4. 4. Constitution-Example
  5. 5. Federal Law-Example
  6. 6. Maritime Laws-Example
  7. 7. Disputes involving the U.S. Government-Example
  8. 8. Controversies between states-Example
  9. 9. Disputes between citizens of different states-Example
  10. 10. Disputes involving Different governments-Example
  11. 11. Cases involving U.S. Officials in Foreign Nations-Example

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