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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/State_court_(United_States)

In the United States, a state court has jurisdiction over disputes with some connection to a U.S. state, as opposed to the federal government. State courts handle ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/subject-matter-jurisdiction-state-federal-29884-2.html

Page 2 of 2 of Subject Matter Jurisdiction: Should I File in Federal or State Court? )

litigation.findlaw.com/legal-system/federal-vs-state-courts-key-differences.html

State courts have broad jurisdiction, so the cases individual citizens are most likely to be involved in -- such as robberies, traffic violations, broken contracts, and ...

judiciallearningcenter.org/state-courts-vs-federal-courts

State courts are courts of "general jurisdiction". They hear all the cases not specifically selected for federal courts. Just as the federal courts interpret federal laws, ...

law.freeadvice.com/litigation/civil_law_suits/state-courts-jurisdiction.htm

The kind of cases that a court gets to hear are determined by the 'subject matter jurisdiction' that the court has. A federal court has exclusive jurisdiction (i.e. is ...

www.uscourts.gov/about-federal-courts/court-role-and-structure/comparing-federal-state-courts

Due to federalism, both the federal government and each of the state governments have their own court systems. Discover the differences in structure, judicial ...

www.federalpracticemanual.org/chapter2/section9

In determining whether state courts are allowed to entertain jurisdiction over federally created causes of action, the Supreme Court has applied a presumption of ...

www.law.cornell.edu/opinions.html

Legal information organized by topic and source from Cornell Law School.

www.ncsc.org/topics/special-jurisdiction.aspx

Provides information on the structure, organization, and jurisdiction of tribal courts, as well as resources for tribal court employees and reservation members.