Definition - What does Federal Court mean?
The federal court is a court which works under federal court system and hears cases of almost every type including criminal and civil cases falling within their jurisdiction. Federal courts include trial courts, the Supreme Court, district courts, and some special courts as well.
Justipedia explains Federal Court
The authority and power possessed by the federal courts is often limited. They also can’t function out of their jurisdiction. Federal statutes create these courts and define their authorities and power.
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