Such a murder case, occurring before the instalment of territorial law and officials, might well have been taken down to the United States for trial before a Federal court
ISLAMABAD -- Federal Law Minister Ahmer Bilal Soofi here on Monday issued directions for the up-gradation of Federal Courts
and Tribunals to make them more efficient.
The twin aims might apply to federal courts
when entertaining federal causes of action.
ISSUE: Will state trial courts tolerate a trial motion to have a case removed to the Federal Courts
filed just three hours before trial is to begin?
Instead, they must pursue their cases in federal courts
, as Congress intended and where the law generally is applied more predictably and less parochially.
As part of the patent case, the Federal Courts
allow the party's "discovery" of the other party's information in order to gather and build evidence to support their case.
It would strip federal courts
of jurisdiction to rule on the constitutionality of the words "under God" in the pledge of allegiance to the flag.
The document, which Scarborough said was endorsed by several leading Religious Right figures, stated that office seekers should support organized prayer in public schools and other public places, a constitutional amendment barring same-sex marriage, laws restricting reproductive rights and limits on the power of federal courts
to hear constitutional cases.
In fact, they seemed to actually be immersed in the intricacies of Texas probate law in an effort to determine when federal courts
may hear claims that involve state probate proceedings.
The new law authorizes federal courts
to hear class-action suits involving over $5 million where the case is outside the home state of the defendants or less than one-third of the class is located in the home state of the defendants.
To prevent federal courts
from premature intervention, plaintiffs are normally required to show that all administrative remedies have been pursued before a lawsuit was filed.
Three high-profile cases of reporters being subpoenaed to reveal their sources highlight the innumerable cases of federal courts
aggressively pursuing journalists: