The us courts were created under article iii of the constitution to administer justice fairly and impartially within the jurisdiction established by the constitution and congress. The federal judiciary of the united states is one of the three branches of the federal government of the united states organized under the united states constitution and laws of the federal government article iii of the constitution requires the establishment of a supreme court and permits the congress to create other federal courts and place limitations on their jurisdiction. The federal court system has three main levels district courts the trial court circuit courts which are the first level of appeal and the supreme court of the united states the final level of appeal in the federal system. State court systems vary from state to state and each is a little different as you can see from the chart above the state court system of missouri is very similar to that of the federal courts
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