[Get Solution] Understanding Federal Courts
Read and review Understanding the Federal Courts from the Administrative Office of U.S. Courts (online report), available at: https://www.uscourts.gov/sites/default/files/understanding-federal-courts.pdf (Links to an external site.) Specifically, read pp. 1-22 (Individual Courts only on p. 21), and pp. 26-28. Review information online about the Superior Court of California. Specifically, investigate the About Us tab for the County of San Diego available at: http://www.sdcourt.ca.gov/portal/page?_pageid=55,1635921&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL (Links to an external site.) Compare, contrast, and cross-reference. After reviewing the two outside resources Understanding the Federal Courts and About Us for the Superior Court of California San Diego, you will reflect on similarities and differences between the federal and state court systems, cross-reference your reading this week, especially Chapter 3 (the Court System), and fill out and submit a completed version of the table below. You will earn 1 point of credit for every similarity or difference you identify between the federal and state systems, and another 1 point for every cross reference between either outside resource and your text. As this assignment is worth up to 15 points, you need to identify a minimum of 15 compare/contrasts and/or cross-references for a max score. This may appear complicated, but it really isn’t! For example, in the first line below that I have provided as Example 1, I would receive 1 point for contrasting the Installation of judges in the federal system and the state system, and another 1 point for providing a page cite to the text that discusses the same issue (i..e, a total of 2 points for line 1). And in the second line below that I have provided as Example 2, I would receive 1 point for cross-referencing the geographic boundaries of the federal courts of appeals between Understanding the Federal Courts and our text. Similarities or Differences Federal Court System [refer to Understanding the Federal Courts] Superior Court of California Legal of Environment of Business [state your ed. 17th or 18th, and page cite to the issue]
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