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When is a Case Prosecuted in Federal Court?
When is a Case Prosecuted in Federal Court?

In the United States, we have two kinds of courts: We have state courts and federal courts. The state courts handle state-level criminal cases , whereas the federal courts handle cases involving violations of federal law. Continue reading as we explain this in more detail. ...

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