State Courts and Federal Courts
Federal District Court
Cases are ruled upon in a federal court
When a suit is being brought against someone
When someone breaks a law
Federal Court of appeals
Cases are appealed to the supreme court
The United States Supreme Court
Reviews case if its not important sends it to a lower level court.
Makes the decision on who wins the case
Judges of the judicial branch
Finds resolutions to disputes involving laws
Judicial Review: Crash Course
Judiciary of 1789
Established a federal district court in both Kentucky and Maine.
Became U.S. circuit courts, which would serve as the principal trial courts in the federal system.
The first bill introduced in the U.S senate.
Made up of the supreme court and more than 100 other federal courts.