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crecit the area of jurostcshon of a fedrul cort of appils
juristicshon a corts atority to hear and desid cases
executiv juristicshon atority of only fedrul corts that hear and desid cases
cocerint juristicshon atority for both fedrul and state corts to hear and deside cases
district cort fedrul cort in wich triols and lawsuts begin
opinion a detald explanashon of the leagol thinking behind a case
precedent a rulig that is used as a basses for judishol disigon for later cases
appeals court a cort that revuse disegons made in lower court districts
origenol jurostcshon the athority to hear cases for the ferst time
appelt jrosticshon the atority of a court to hear a case apelld from a lower court
remand to send a case back to lower courts to be tride agin
judishol revuew the power of suprem court to say wether any law inforsmont is going aginst the constetushon
constetushonal in acoedin with the constetushon
docket a courts calender wish list all cases for that day
brief a righton document explaning one side or anothe in a case
majority opinyon a staemint that prsints the verchus of the majority of suprem court
unanimous opinyon the suprem court rules on a case in wich all justess agery on the ruling
concuring oppiyon a state mint riton by justes vote with majoerity for difrent resons
diserning opinyon a justes who disegrys with the majority opinyon presints ther own
stare decisis the practes of using erler judishol ruling as a dasses for destebuting a case
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