Federal Court

Definition of "Federal Court"
  1. A court system in the United States originating from the U.S. Constitution or federal law, with jurisdiction over certain types of cases, including disputes under federal law or between citizens of different states
How to use "Federal Court" in a sentence
  1. In a dispute involving federal law, the case was moved to a Federal Court.
  2. When the lawsuit amount exceeded $75,000 between parties from different states, it was heard in Federal Court.
  3. The accused appealed his sentence and sought justice from a higher Federal Court.

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