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Types of Jurisdiction
1. Personal jurisdiction
2. Subject matter jurisdiction
3. Original jurisdiction
4. Appellate jurisdiction
Personal jurisdiction deals with whether the court has power over the person being tried. The court has to decide if they have the right to make decisions over you.
Subject matter jurisdiction refers to whether a court can hear your case on a particular subject.
Original jurisdiction means that district courts have the authority to look over the cases first.
Appellate jurisdiction mean that the court does not have the power to look over the cases first.