Judicial Process in America

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CQ Press, 1998 - Law - 408 pages
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A concise and accessible overview of the entire American court system that explores how courts are set up, how they work, and how they make policy.

This comprehensive and reliable examination of the American judicial Process explores civil and criminal courts on both the federal and state levels to provide a careful description of the entire judicial process, from the selection of judges to the impact of judicial rulings on American society.

Judicial Process in America reveals important trends in how court case Ioads are changing what kinds of cases are being tried; and what decisions are being reached.

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Contents

Types of Law in the United States
7
History and Organization of the Federal Judicial System
22
The U S Courts of Appeals
37
Copyright

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Appalachian State University

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