Circuit Court

Definitions of "Circuit Court"
  1. A court existing within a particular judicial district with the power to operate in numerous locations within that district
  2. A state-level court having the authority to hear cases initially, and occasionally, the power to review decisions from lower courts
  3. It can also be one of the federal courts of appeals, implying a court that reviews cases decided in lower courts
How to use "Circuit Court" in a sentence
  1. The Circuit Court will convene in different locations within the district throughout the year.
  2. The Circuit Court has both original jurisdiction to hear cases first and appellate jurisdiction to review decisions from lower courts.
  3. The Federal Circuit Court is responsible for hearing appeals from decisions made in lower courts.

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