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Surname 2One method for a case to be heard in federal court is child custody or child support case in a criminal matter would be seen in the District Court. A second method for a case to be heard in federal court is a violation of someone’s rights.The case is Williams v. California in 2004 where a class action suit out of San Francisco in 2000 alleged that schools in California were offering less educational opportunity for low-income children and English Language Learners than for middle-income children. From the e-Activity, determine two (2) key factors that determine whether a defendant found guilty of a crime is able to direct his / her appeal to the appellate court or whether the appeal is sent to the state supreme court for handling. Provide specific examples of recent cases in your state where your chosen factors applied to support your rationale.One key factor that can determine whether a defendant is found guilty of a crime is to be able to direct their appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court for a federal appellate review to change their charges that are brought against one and that the crime is considered to be nonexistent. TheSupreme Court is a different kind of appeals court that corrects errors made by trial judges is not its major function. The primary task of the Supreme Court is to clarify the law when other courtsdisagree about the interpretation of the Constitution or federal laws. One case is of Brown vs.