Last Modified: 2012-01-28
- Dispute between states
- Political officials/ambassadors
- Crimes on the ocean
- When US Gov. is being sued
- Foreign nation/ foreign city
- Native American Trive
- If one side dissaproves of decision in local courts, can appeal to state court of appeals
- State courts must hear all appeals (hardest working court)
- Can either uphold decision, or overturn
- If one side does not agree with decision of State Court of Appeals, can ask to be heard by State Supreme
- State supreme can decide if they want to hear or not
- If they hear, can either uphold decision or overturn
- Called court of last resort, if Supreme will not hear trial, decision of the last court remains.
- Only hear if there is a constitutional issue or extreme national controversy
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