Original vs. Appellate Jurisdiction
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1 hour 49 minutes
less than 5.2 talks about one of the only other things that is outlined in the official U. S. Constitution court
requirements. And that's the difference between original and appellate jurisdiction.
In this video, we're going to talk about the difference between original and appellate jurisdiction.
Original jurisdiction of the court is a court is that the court is the first
has the power to be the first
want to hear a case.
They have the right to see the case for the first time.
Appellate jurisdiction is when a higher court has the power to review a lower court's decision.
So when the federal structure, the district courts have original jurisdiction over most everything,
the appellate courts have by definition, appellate jurisdiction. And the Supreme Court,
in most cases
has appellate jurisdiction over decisions made by the appeals courts
within the federal structure and has a very limited original jurisdiction.
In this video, we talked about the difference between original and appellate jurisdiction