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Introduction to criminal justice
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CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Judiciary Structure and Jurisdiction

CRJ 201 Week 3 DQ 1 The Judiciary Structure and Jurisdiction

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There are 51 separate court systems in the United States. The federal government operates one court system, the federal courts; and each of the 50 states operates a court system, the state courts. The federal court and all of the state courts have three main levels:  trial courts, appeals courts, and supreme courts. Define trial courts, appeals courts, and supreme courts. a. Students whose names begin with the letters A – I: Explain the main responsibilities of state trial courts. What is the purpose of state trial courts? How are state trial courts related to and different from state appeals courts and state supreme courts? b. Students whose names begin with the letters J – R: Explain the main responsibilities of state appeals courts. What is the purpose of state appeals courts? How are state appeals courts different from state trial courts and state supreme courts? c. Students whose names begin with the letters S – Z: Explain the main responsibilities of state supreme courts. What is the purpose of state supreme courts? How are state supreme courts different from state trial courts and state appeals courts?

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