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What are the two main types of federal courts? A. state and federal B. municipal and supreme C. constitutional and special D. constitutional and tribunal
The two main types of federal courts are constitutional and special.
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User: What are the two main types of federal courts? A. state and federal B. municipal and supreme C. constitutional and special D. constitutional and tribunal

Weegy: The two main types of federal courts are trial courts and appellate courts.
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The two main types of federal courts are constitutional and special.

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