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The Federal Court System
Speed Match Review Game

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Appointed by President/approved by Senate
Inferior courts
9
Original and Appellate
Supreme Court
District Courts
Courts of Appeals
Appellate
A court's authority to hear a case for the first time...
A court's authority to review a case.
Life
Three
94
Original
12
Type of jurisdiction in U.S. district courts
Number of Appeals courts in U.S. Court system
Type of jurisdiction in U.S. Courts of Appeals
Type of jurisdiction the Supreme Court has...
Appellate Jurisdiction
The Judicial Branch was created through this article of the Constitution...
Number of Justices on the Supreme Court
Most federal criminal cases will start at this level of the Court system
Courts below the Supreme Court are known as the...
This is how one becomes a federal judge
Federal judges are appointed for this long....
This is the highest court in the land.
Original Jurisdiction
Number of district courts in U.S. Court system
A panel of three will decide cases after reviewing them in this level of the Court system:

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DescriptionMatch:
Federal judges are appointed for this long....Life
Number of district courts in U.S. Court system94
Number of Appeals courts in U.S. Court system12
This is the highest court in the land.Supreme Court
Number of Justices on the Supreme Court9
Type of jurisdiction in U.S. district courtsOriginal
Type of jurisdiction in U.S. Courts of AppealsAppellate
Type of jurisdiction the Supreme Court has...Original and Appellate
This is how one becomes a federal judgeAppointed by President/approved by Senate
Most federal criminal cases will start at this level of the Court systemDistrict Courts
A panel of three will decide cases after reviewing them in this level of the Court system:Courts of Appeals
The Judicial Branch was created through this article of the Constitution...Three
Courts below the Supreme Court are known as the...Inferior courts
Original JurisdictionA court's authority to hear a case for the first time...
Appellate JurisdictionA court's authority to review a case.