The Federal Court System
The federal court system has 3 different levels...
Circuit Court - Once the federal district court has decided a case, the case can be appealed to a United States court of appeal.
District Court - The district courts are the general trial courts of the federal court system.
Types of Jurisdiction
2. Concurrent - Federal or state courts could hear.
3. Original - First one to hear the case.
4. Appleate - Court can only hear case on appeal.