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Historical Development Response According to Chapter 9 of our text, “this dual-court system is the result of general agreement among the nation’s founders about the need for individual states to retain significant legislative authority and judicial autonomy separate from federal control. Under this concept, the United States developed as a relatively loose federation of semi-independent provinces. New states joining the union were assumed of limited federal intervention in local affairs. State legislatures were free to create laws, and state court systems were needed to hear cases in which violations of those laws occurred. In the last 200 years, states’ rights have gradually waned relative to the power of the federal government, but the dual-court system still exists.” The U.S. court system is seen as a fine model for justice. Many countries have modeled their judiciary system after the US system. We could talk about differences and similarities all year, but here are a few
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