The triangle of the state and federal court systems are:
a. Admiralty Bankruptcy, and Supreme Courts
b. Civil, Appellate, and Supreme Courts
c. Appellate, Civil and Supreme Courts
d. Trial, Appellate, and Supreme Courts
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What is the situation in Question two called?
Joe lives in New York and feels that an on-line company based on California has cheated him out of $100,000. Neither party can agree on where the case should be tried. In which kind of court would this case first be heard?
a. Diversity Jurisdiction
b. Appellate Jurisdiction
c. Original Jurisdiction
d. Concurrent Jurisdiction
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I know for a fact it's not appellate and I don't think it's diversity so I'm going to go with original
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Dwayne lives in Orlando, Florida. He feels that the state of Florida violated his Second Amendment (Federal) rights when his fully functional World War II tank, armed with a 75 mm gun, was confiscated. If Dwayne sues the state of Florida for violating his federal rights in a Florida District Court this is called a case of:
a. Concurrent Jurisdiction
b. Diversity Jurisdiction
c. Appellate Jurisdiction
d. Original Jurisdiction
Hey no problem that's what I'm here for and I'm not sure with this one I know again it's not appeal late or concurrent I think it's diversity jurisdiction