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The Magistrate

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4. There Is This 'One Neat Trick'...
Wed May 22, 2024, 08:59 AM
May 22

The Constitution grants the Supreme Court jurisdiction over a fairly limited range of intra-governmental disputes. the Constitution allows Congress to grant the Supreme Court appellate jurisdiction over cases in Federal courts. Congress could simply state the Supreme Court has no appellate jurisdiction whatever, and provide some other judicial means for appeal from circuit court decisions....

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