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Idaho Court v. Federal Court 1 Running head: IDAHO COURT V. FEDERAL COURT Compare and Contrast the Idaho Court System to the Federal Court System. Jeremy Doncouse Mountain State University
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Idaho Court v. Federal Court 2 Abstract Each state has its own court system. There are reform states which are more streamlined and nonreform states which follow a more traditional approach. Their modern structure is mostly based on the New York Field Code of 1848, the federal Judiciary Act of 1789, and finally the federal Reorganization Act of 1801 (Schmalleger, 2010, p. 246). The structure of the federal court system, by contrast, was created by the U.S. Constitution and has been altered by constitutional mandates, congressional action, and historical development into 1) U.S. district courts, 2) U.S. courts of appeal, and 3) the U.S. Supreme Court (Schmalleger, 2010, p. 250). Here we will review the similarities and differences between the Idaho court system the federal court system.
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Idaho Court v. Federal Court 3 Compare and Contrast the Idaho Court System to the Federal Court System. The Idaho court has a unified system comprising of several layers which are ultimately
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This note was uploaded on 03/08/2011 for the course CRIM 101 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '09 term at Mountain State.

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