Federal Courts

Federal Courts:

Federal courts make up the Judiciary Branch of the United States government. They were created by Article III of the Constitution of the United States or created by Congress. They consist of:

  • Federal District Courts – primary trial court
  • Circuit courts of appeal – hears appeals from federal district court
  • United States Supreme Court – the highest judicial body in the United States and court of last resort.

Specialized court include:

  • Bankruptcy courts
  • Tax court
  • Private land claims
  • International trade
  • Federal claims
  • Appeals for Veterans claims
  • Appeals for the Armed Forces
  • Appeals for the Federal circuit
  • Intelligence Surveillance court

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