MGMT 211 CH 3 Part 5
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entitlement due to location of both parties; ability of a court to have the power to require a litigant to physically come to court; you may always sue someone in their own home state
lowest division of courts; where the case begins; develops record that will become the foundation for hearings in higher courts
right of a defendant to be tried in a proper court within a specific geographic area; where the case is specifically heard
writ of certiorari
petition that requests an appeal; if granted SC asks lower court for case record to review; most are denied
higher rungs that lead to highest courts; primarily concerned with whether or not error occurred at the lower court
the appealing party
What are the three types of Appellate Courts in Texas?
- Court of Appeals
- Court of Criminal Appeals
- Texas Supreme Court
Federal Court System
- federal district courts
- Courts of Appeal
- Supreme Court
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