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Why were Administrative Law and Agencies created?
To oversee and carry out various legislative schemes enacted by Congress.
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Weegy: The US federal court system only provides one level of appeal between the US District Courts and the US Supreme Court, not two. [ Decisions made in US District Courts are appealed to the US Courts of Appeals Circuit Courts that have territorial jurisdiction over the district court where the trial was held. Circuit Court decision are petitioned directly to the US Supreme Court. The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit is not an intermediary between the territorial Circuits and the US Supreme Court, but a separate entity within the Circuit Court system that has national subject-matter jurisdiction over cases initially held in US Special Courts, such as the US Court of Federal Claims, the US Court of International Trade, and the US Court of Veterans' Claims; appeals of certain government board, departmental and commission decisions, such as those of the US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board, patent cases, and US contractor disputes, as well as appeals involving a few specific Acts of Congress. Appeals of decisions made in the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit are also petitioned directly to the US Supreme Court. Federal Court System: 1.Court of original jurisdiction (District Courts, Special Courts, etc.) 2.Intermediate appellate court (Territorial Circuit Court or Federal Circuit Court, depending which has jurisdiction, not both.) 3.US Supreme Court ] (More)
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