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Q: Which levels of the federal judicial system hashave both original and appellate jurisdiction?
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What is the only federal court that exercises both original and appellate jurisdiction?

The US Supreme Court (formally: The Supreme Court of the United States)


Which court is not a lower court in the federal court system?

The US Court of Appeals Circuit Courts only review cases under their appellate jurisdiction; the US Supreme Court hears most of the cases it selects under appellate jurisdiction, but considers disputes between the states under original (trial) jurisdiction.


What are the two levels of the judicial branch?

The Judicial Branch doesn't have branches, it has courts:US District Courts (trial courts)US Court of International Trade (trial court)US Court of Appeals Circuit Courts (appellate courts)Supreme Court of the United States (final appellate court)


What is the least detailed branch of government described in thte constitution?

The judicial branch. The Constitution creates the federal judiciary only in the form of the Supreme Court and leaves it to Congress to create any other courts. This is unusual because, the Constitution gives the Supreme Court appellate rather than original jurisdiction in all but certain select matters. If the Supreme Court has only appellate jurisdiction in most matters, where does the appeal come from if there are no trial courts yet created. The powers of Congress are very detailed and the President's fairly detailed, but the Courts powers are not. This was probably because the Framers simply assumed that the judicial power of the federal government would be the same that the common law and chancery courts of England and the states now enjoyed, only that the federal judicial power would be limited to federal questions.


What is the US Supreme Court?

The US Supreme Court is the head of the Judicial branch of government, and is the highest appellate court, for federal cases and state cases that involve questions of federal or constitutional law, in the United States. The Court also has original jurisdiction over a restricted class of cases.The Supreme Court is the final arbiter of the US Constitution, and has the authority of judicial review, which allows it to nullify unconstitutional laws if they are legally challenged and brought before the Court.

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What level(s) of the federal judicial system hashave only appellate jurisdiction?

US courts of appeal


What are the jurisdictions for federal courts?

The federal judiciary is devised of 3 levels. They are as follows: U. S. District court - original jurisdiction. U. S. Circuit court of appeals - appellate jurisdiction. U. S. Supreme court - both original and appellate jurisdiction.


Is appellate court federal?

They allow parties to contest the ruling of lower courts. -Apex


How does appellate jurisdiction differ from original jurisdiction for federal courts?

Original jurisdiction only applies to courts that hear cases before any appeals can be made. -Apex


Do federal courts have original jurisdiction?

Yes. Original jurisdiction means the court is first to hear a case; these are often called trial courts. Appellate jurisdiction means the court reviews a case already tried in a lower court to determine whether the law and constitution were properly applied. The Supreme Court has original and exclusive jurisdiction over disputes between the states. Under the Constitution, the Court also has original jurisdiction in cases involving ambassadors and other foreign dignitaries, but it shares jurisdiction with the US District Courts, which currently hear those cases. The Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction over cases involving preserved federal questions from both state and federal courts. A "federal question" means the case involves matters related to federal or constitutional law or US treaties. "Preserved" means the "federal question" has been raised at the trial and each stage of the appeals process.


Which federal courts exercise both original and appellate jurisdiction?

Supreme court


What are the methods of judicial selection for federal appellate judges state appellate judges and state trial court judges?

The methods of judicial selection for federal appellate judges state appellate and state trial judges


Which is used least original jurisdictionor appellate jurisdictionor?

Original Jurisdiction is used less frequently than appellatel jurisdiction in the U.S. Federal Court System, including the Supreme Court.


What jurisdiction do the inferior courts have and what kind of cases do they hear?

The answer depends on the specific court you're referring to. In the Federal Judiciary, the US District Courts have original jurisdiction; US Courts of Appeals Circuit Courts have appellate jurisdiction. Both state and federal cases enter the system through a trial court, which is the court of original jurisdiction. Both systems also have intermediate appellate courts below the supreme court (or court of last resort).


What is the kind of jurisdiction a court has when it reveiws the action of a lower court?

Review from a court above another is typically appellate jurisdiction. The court where the action is brought will have original jurisdiction. of course, many considerations: state, federal, administrative court, etc.


Do appellate courts have jurisdiction?

Yes. In the US federal court system, US Court of Appeals Circuit Courts have appellate jurisdiction.


What jurisdiction do the inferior courts?

The answer depends on the specific court you're referring to. In the Federal Judiciary, the US District Courts have original jurisdiction; US Courts of Appeals Circuit Courts have appellate jurisdiction. Both state and federal cases enter the system through a trial court, which is the court of original jurisdiction. Both systems also have intermediate appellate courts below the supreme court (or court of last resort).