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Kith Rattanak C06240835 2-9-20 Review Questions: 1. The federal court system is organized by three main levels. The first is the district courts (also known as trial court), the second is the appellant courts or circuit courts, and finally, the supreme court. 2. The district courts are courts where cases are initially presented. Trial courts are courts where both sides give evidence and show their version of what happened- these evidence and exhibits are from the witnesses. ("courts.in.gov: What is the Difference Between Trial Courts and Appellate Courts?", 2020). 3. The primary role of the U.S court of appeals opposed to the trial court, the appellant court’s role is to hear and review appeals from legal cases. 4. The primary role of the supreme court is to ensure a balance of power within the federal

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