The two main types of courts in the United States are the federal court system and the state court system. Although these two courts have separate responsibilities, they often interact with each other, such as when a sta... More »

The different types of court hearings include those heard by the circuit court, the district court, the small claims court, the probate court, the court of claims, the court of appeals, the supreme court and the bankrupt... More »

Two of the most important powers the federal courts have are both the power of judicial review, and the power of the Supreme Court to overrule itself. These two powers allow the Judicial Branch to keep both itself and th... More »

The easiest way to search for active arrest warrants in Missouri is to do a search for litigants on Missouri Case Net through the state court system. Users can input a person's first and last name, click on the court cas... More »

As of May 2015, provides case management options for Missouri courts that are part of the automated system and for cases that are considered public, according to its website. Individuals obtain information throu... More » Government & Politics Law

A case number may be used to check court appearance dates based on the court calendar or through a case access system supplied by some courts in the United States, according to the Superior Court of California in Santa C... More »

There is no upper age limit for federal courts in the United States. Individual federal, district, state, county and city courts follow their own procedures regarding age requirements and limits for jurors. Jurors must b... More » Government & Politics Law