The state court system in Alabama consists of three systems

The state court - The state court system in Alabama consists of three systems state trial court district court municipal court or superior court

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The state court system in Alabama consists of three systems, state trial court,( district court, municipal court, or superior court), state appellate court and the state supreme court. The state trial court system hear cases as small as traffic violations to cases a large as murder trials. The state appellate court hear cases that were lost in the trial courts and are appealed by the lawyer and the state supreme courts is the cases court and they can overrule any cases heard by lower court. The state court systems here in Alabama only hear and prosecute cases where the crime has been committed within its jurisdiction. An example would be if a citizen of Alabama would commit a crime in Mississippi, then their case could be heard in Alabama because the person is from Alabama, but the court system in Texas was not hear the case because it is not in their jurisdiction. The federal court system hear is made of the same structure as the stare
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2011 for the course CJ 235 taught by Professor Hun during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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The state court - The state court system in Alabama consists of three systems state trial court district court municipal court or superior court

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