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    Ester Capinpin Davis United States of America A court hierarchy in America is a way of structuring courts into different levels, jurisdictions and areas of responsibility. Court hierarchies are an essential components of our legal system. Without these hierarchies courts would find it extremely difficult to operate as quickly, effectively and efficiently as they presently do. The court hierarchy provides structure and clarity to the administration of justice. Particular levels of courts deal with particular levels of dispute or criminal offence. Court hierarchies also allows for the effective functioning of the doctrine of precedent, with decisions in higher courts binding on courts further down the hierarchy. Court hierarchies also allow for a smooth appeals process, without the need for separate appellate courts for each original court.
    2015-04-14 18:04:33

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    Ella Rose Mejia Malaysia Specialisation and administrative efficiency a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
    2015-04-02 14:04:06

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    Queenielyn Caballero Japan Specialisation and administrative efficiency a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
    2015-03-18 14:03:45

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    Joseph Simbwa Uganda what are the Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: specialization and administrative efficiency?
    2015-03-15 15:03:41

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    Joseph Simbwa Uganda below is the Specialisation and administrative efficiency a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
    2015-03-15 15:03:49

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    Rebecca Hudson Australia The court hierarchy allows dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes. The more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts
    2015-03-06 03:03:31

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 15:03:39
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    Faleye Olubusayo Kehinde Nigeria The court hierarchy allows dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes. The more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts.
    2015-03-04 17:03:55

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 15:03:36
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    Primrose Chase Bahamas Can a serious case start in a lower court?
    2015-03-03 21:03:04

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda any case brought before court is regarded as a serious case.
      2015-03-15 15:03:48
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    Primrose Chase Bahamas The reasons for the existence of court hierarchy is that it allows cases to be heard in the right special courts thus eliminating lost time.
    2015-03-03 21:03:08

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 16:03:29
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    Primrose Chase Bahamas The reasons for specialized courts is that it concentrate on particular areas of disputes for example labour disputes. These courts are designed for disputes to settle quickly and to avoid going to the traditional courts.
    2015-02-03 22:02:55

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 16:03:28
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    priyanka priyanka India Different level of court for different stages
    2015-02-03 17:02:35

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda if a case is already decided by a lower courts it is termed as res-judicata
      2015-03-15 16:03:35
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    Amro Selim Egypt This contributes strongly to ease the burden on the criminal courts, which cares for the more serious and reduces the time and cost, and the judge makes a more focused and in-depth specialist where their issues.
    2015-02-02 21:02:01

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 16:03:40
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    Bhajan Partap India If I only study the 40% theory here in law then I could be ready for a practice in law asap here. What are the main essentials here in law well doing law is a interesting thing intellectual Practice law is what I need now. Law studying is not everyone's cup of tea Engineers MBA grads cant argue any case in court they are more for the theory aspect here they cant win a case to save their lives here one has to be a material for law only then he can grasp its benifits.
    2015-01-29 05:01:09

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda this course Diploma in Legal Studies is an international law course and students of this course must be accorded a status in UN and Commonwealth courts.
      2015-03-15 16:03:12
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    Bhajan Partap India I need to know or have a clear understanding of what a COURT HIERARCHY exactly the legal terms of the same actually. meare advocate to the chief justice or from a magistrate to a very senior justice is it that or something quite different? COURT HIERARCHY as they refer to here what all does it contain? who manages the cases litigations is it of lower lever or Notary Public who manages all the cases in court
    2015-01-29 05:01:38

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda it depends on specialization and experiences
      2015-03-15 16:03:37
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    Rk Sharma India Specialisation and administrative efficiency a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
    2014-12-24 08:12:13

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 16:03:17
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    Charmaine Webber Australia Good points!
    2014-12-14 07:12:59

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda perfect
      2015-03-15 16:03:38
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    Samuel Olorunfemi Obayemi Nigeria Absolutely!
    2014-12-03 18:12:30

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 16:03:55
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    Sione Siotonu Fakahua Tonga A hierarchy allows particlar dispute-settling bodies to concentrade on particlar types of disputes.The felony cases are allocates to a High Court.
    2014-11-24 22:11:57

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda yes
      2015-03-15 16:03:27
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    Nöelle Linehan Ireland The hierarchy of the Courts allows particular cases to be disputed between bodies and concentrate particularly for more serious cases which are allocated to more higher and expert courts which demands for particular cases.
    2014-11-09 00:11:39

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda it depends
      2015-03-15 16:03:42
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    mohammed alduboni Jordan What is court hierarchy !
    2014-10-26 21:10:19

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      Joseph Simbwa Uganda Legal Studies -> Reasons for the existence of the court hierarchy: specialisation and administrative efficiency Specialisation and administrative efficiency a hierarchy allows particular dispute-settling bodies to concentrate on particular types of disputes the more serious cases are allocated to the more expert courts the judicial workload is divided so that personnel and procedures can be adapted to the demands of particular cases.
      2015-03-15 16:03:19
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