The United States has a unique court system. Although most developed countries have a hierarchical court system in which all courts are subordinate to a central supreme court, the United States has two separate court systems, federal and state; also, each state is independent from every other and is free within constitutional limits to make its own laws and administer its own system of justice. This chapter discusses the interrelationships of this court system and the ramifications of those interrelationships.
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Date: March 9, 2017
Time: 10:00am to 10:15am PST
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