The United States has a dual court system; a federal court system and state court systems. The structures of these court systems are very similar in that they are broken up into multiple levels to handle both criminal and civil matters

The United States has a dual court system; a federal court system and state court systems. The structures of these court systems are very similar in that they are broken up into multiple levels to handle both criminal and civil matters

The United States has a dual court system; a federal court system and  state court systems. The structures of these court systems are very  similar in that they are broken up into multiple levels to handle both  criminal and civil matters. Additionally, each court system has a  structure that allows for an appeal process. In some situations, cases  from the state court systems can be appealed to the federal court  system.

In your initial response, compare and contrast the role and function of  the federal court system with the individual state court systems. As  part of your discussion consider both the administrative operations of  the courts, as well as the public facing (court hearing) aspects.  Conclude your response by stating whether or not you believe one court  system is more effective than the other and briefly defend your  position. 350 words

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