Our Federalism

Definition of "Our Federalism"
  1. A principle in federal case law that restricts federal involvement in state civil and specifically criminal processes to uphold the rights and policies of the states
How to use "Our Federalism" in a sentence
  1. The judge cautioned against overstepping the principles of Our Federalism in interfering with the state's proceedings.
  2. With the understanding of Our Federalism in mind, the federal agent carefully navigated the shared jurisdiction of the case with the state.
  3. To maintain the balance of power, Our Federalism dictates that federal entities should avoid unnecessary intrusion into state affairs.

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