Dual Court System?

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The dual court system is a court system that has a separate state court system and a federal court system. Federal courts hear criminal and civil cases related to the federal constitution while the state court system deals with state criminal and civil cases. This is the legal system of the US.
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The dual court system consists of two separate entities: the State court system, and the Federal court system, which includes the Supreme court. You can find more information here: http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/court+system+in+the+United+States
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