US Court Structure
A Coggle Diagram about 6 Article 1 Courts (Are those courts created by the Congress pursuant to its power under Article I of the Constitution. and Territorial courts: These are federal courts located in the district of Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Northern Mariana Islands.
U.S.Court of Military Appeals
U.S.Court of Veterans Appeals
U.S.Court of Federal Claims
U.S. Tax Court.
Article I courts are also referred to as legislative courts.
), 2 States Courts of Appeals , 5 Bankruptcy Courts (Are specialized, federal courtrooms created to settle all types of both personal and corporate bankruptcy cases. and The bankruptcy court system was established by an act of congress in 1978 as part of the Bankruptcy Reform Act.), 1 Supreme Court (The highest federal court in the US, consisting of nine justices and taking judicial precedence over all other courts in the nation.), 3 State Circuit Courts, 1 State Supreme Courts , 2 Courts of Appeals (A court to which appeals are taken in a federal circuit or a state.), 3 Bankruptcy Appellate Panel , 4 District Courts (A state of federal trial court.), State Courts and Federal Courts