2.2_court_system_structure_i

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Court System Structure INameSchool First, cases start in trial court. At this stage the court is interested in the facts of the case. This is where a person pleads guilty or not guilty. Once the case is over if there is an appeal made, then it will go to the appellate court where a judge will decide if the case should be reversed and remanded. These judges do not decide whether the defendant is innocent or guilty. There are there to decide whether any errors were made in the case on the part of the court. Federal courts deal with laws that broken that violate federal law and state courts deal with laws that were broken that violate any state law. There are some laws that are broken that violate state and federal laws. When this happens the federal and state prosecutor will get together and decide who will try the case. State courts can include lower courts, tri

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