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State court (United States)

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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 ...

State Court Jurisdiction | Nolo.com

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Federal vs. State Courts - Key Differences - FindLaw

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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 ...

2.9 State Court Jurisdiction over Federal Claims | Federal Practice ...

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

Jurisdiction | Wex Legal Dictionary / Encyclopedia | LII / Legal ...

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Subject matter jurisdiction is the court's authority to decide the issue in controversy such as a contracts issue, or a civil rights issue. State courts have general ...

What Is the Difference Between State and Federal Courts? | The ...

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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, ...

What Kinds of Cases Are Handled by State Court? - Free Legal Advice

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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 ...

Washington State Courts - Resources

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Jurisdiction. Courts of limited jurisdiction include district and municipal courts. District courts are county courts and serve defined ...

Georgia Courts - Judicial Council of Georgia

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The State Court was established by a 1970 legislative act that designated certain existing countywide courts of limited jurisdiction as state courts. State courts ...

The New York State Courts: An Introductory Guide

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For administrative purposes, the New York State Unified Court System is ... County Courts also have limited jurisdiction over civil lawsuits, generally involving ...

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Comparing Federal & State Courts | United States Courts - U.S. Courts

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

How is a federal court different from a state court - Inside the Federal ...

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The differences between federal courts and state courts are further defined by jurisdiction. Jurisdiction refers to the kinds of cases a court is authorized to hear.

State Courts - by Jurisdiction - Cornell University

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