How do the original jurisdiction and appellate jurisdiction differ?

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basically who has the right to hear the case first=original jurisdiction. who can review that case and overturn decision=appellate jurisdiction.
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Appellate Jurisdiction is the power
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Original is your trial court. This is the one that makes determinations of law and fact. The judge makes initial determinations of law and the judge or jury (whoever is the factfinder
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In its appellate jurisdiction, the CCJ hears and determines appeals in both civil and criminal matters from common law courts within the jurisdictions of Member States of the Community
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There is a stark difference between original jurisdiction and an appellate jurisdiction. Like the name states, original jurisdiction refers to the original court ...
basically who has the right to hear the case first=original jurisdiction. who can review that case and overturn decision=appellate jurisdiction. ...
basically who has the right to hear the case first=original jurisdiction. who can review that case and overturn decision=appellate jurisdiction. ...
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