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Judge goes to see if legislator has passed a way that you should interrupt the law. Napoleonic code-example of code law. LA is not different b/c of this code but is different code type. LA did pass in its family law inheritance law. B. the courts the courts a. national vs. state US LA Supreme Court (Washington DC) Supreme Court NO Appeals Court (11) (NO) Appeals Court (5) NO District Courts (NO) District Courts (42) NO NO- means located in New Orleans Centerpiece of both systems in the district courts. This is where your trial takes place. If you go in front a state district court it deals with state laws. 42 district courts in LA. These have limited jurisdiction (traffic, city courts, justice of the peace). The consequences are must less harsh. (not family court). District Courts stop most cases. District Courts are made up of two or 3 parishes. In LA you have a right to appeal to the court of appeals. They aren’t really trials though. They are often called circuit courts. 5 in LA.
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This note was uploaded on 02/02/2009 for the course POLI 2056 taught by Professor Parent during the Spring '09 term at LSU.

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