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Which federal and state courts have a jury?
County and Circuit court
U.S.District court and Florida District Court of Appeal
U.S. District Court and Florida circuit court
U.S. Supreme Court and U.S. Florida Supreme Court
If you are not happy with the out come of your case at the U.S. District court level what can you do next?
Appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court
Appeal to the Florida Supreme Court
Appeal to the Florida district of Appeals
Appeal to the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals
How is a trial court different from an appeals court?
An appellate court has a jury
An appellate court reviews a case from a previous court's decisions to determine if any mistakes were made in the case.
An appellate court hears new evidence in your case
An appellate court will retry your case
If two states have a disagreement, and they go to court, who has jurisdiction over the case?
Florida Suprem Court
U.S. Supreme Court
When you hear "supreme" in the U.S. Supreme Court, what do you think this word means?
The Supreme Court has authority over both Congress and the President
The Supreme Court makes all of the laws in the land.
This court is the best court in the nation
This court has authority over all the other courts in the U.S.
Florida has "limited jurisdiction" over court cases.
There are three levels of courts in the Florida court system and 4 levels of courts in the federal court system.
Florida judges are appointed or elected, while federal Court judges are appointed because of the record for winning trial court cases.
The U.S. Supreme court can issue opinions that "advise" (make suggestions) to Congress, while the Florida Supreme does not have this ability
If you move to Tampa, but have an argument over rent that is less than 15,000 in Jacksonville which court will you seek help in this civil case.
Florida County Court
Florida Sumprem Court
Florida District Court of Appeals
Florida Circuit Court
Individuals must first serve as state judges before they can be appointed as a federal judge
Florida judges are often more politically active since they re elected, while federal judges are appointed for life.
Florida judges must retire after 10 years on the bencch because of strict term limits
Neither federal nor Florida judges can lawfully serve in any other political office once they leave service in the judicial branch of government.
From lowest to highest which is the correct order of courts in the U.S. Court System
U.S. Court of appeals, U.S. District Court, U.S. Supreme Court
U.S. District Court, U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals
U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Court
U.S. District Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. Supreme Court
From lowest to highest which is the correct order of courts in the Florida state court system?
Florida county Court, Florida circuit court, Florida District Court of Appeals, Florida Supreme Court
Florida County Court, Florida District Court of Appeals, Florida Circuit Court, Florida Supreme Court
Florida Supreme Court, Florida District Court of Appeals Florida Circuit Court, Florida County Court
Florida Circuit Court, Florida County Court, Florida District Court of Appeals, Florida Supreme Court