Criminal Jurisdiction

The term "jurisdiction" refers to a court's power to hear a case. The circumstances of an alleged crime determine which court is empowered to hear  it—for  example, a federal or state court. Jurisdiction can play a big part not only in procedure, but also in outcome.

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