Who Gets to Decide How Many Federal Courts We Have?


The US Congress gets to decide how many federal courts the country has. The Congress has the power to create federal courts aside from the Supreme Court. They also determine how many judges it will have and how it will operate as well as their operational budget.
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The federal court system are created by Congress under
Article III of the Constitution vested. Congress. with the power of creating federal courts below the Supreme Court, at their discretion. This authority includes determining the number
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