territorial court

territorial court

A U.S. court established in a U.S. territory (such as the Virgin Islands) and serving as both a federal and state court.

? The Constitution authorizes Congress to create such courts. U.S. Const. art. IV, ¡ì 3, cl. 2. [Cases: Federal Courts 1021¨C1024.]


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