United States Courts

The United States Courts responsible for interpreting and applying federal law, resolving disputes that involve federal law, and upholding the U.S. Constitution. The federal court system is separate from state court systems and deals with cases of federal jurisdiction.

The U.S. federal court system is a hierarchical system of courts that are established under the Constitution to adjudicate cases involving federal law and disputes between parties from different states. The federal court system operates independently of state court systems and has jurisdiction over matters specified in the U.S. Constitution and federal laws.

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