The Federal Judicial System (based on U.S. Constitution)

    Unlike the corporate-owned county commercial justice system (which makes decisions based upon “profit for shareholders”) or the State-Run Justice Systems (which have joint-custody of the counties & operate under the state constitutions & with county interests as well as U.S. Constitutional obligations i.e. human rights), The Federal Judicial Branch operates under the authority of a set of binding principles which are laid out within The Bill of Rights (& The Fourteenth Amendment, which guarantees all rights to both Citizens AND non-Citizens), of which the Constitution of The United States is built upon; these principles are continually re-affirmed & interpreted as needed case-by-case via The Supreme Court of The United States.

    If the Federal Judicial Branch had a mascot, she would look like this– although until we de-bug the government using the system exactly as its designed, she probably looks tied to a chair currently— but don’t worry– this website explains exactly how we’re going to untie her, brush her off, then re-light the torch by using calm & collected strategy, powerful court orders, need-to-know U.S. Codes, quality communication (First Amendment), & Due Process (5th Amendment):

Lady Liberty

    The Federal Judicial Branch contains one Supreme Court (located in Washington, D.C.) several lower courts (we’ll be discussing these because they’re the most relevant ones for the work we’ll be doing– although there are other parts of The Federal Judicial Branch as well), as well as various Special Courts as well.  The lower courts that we’re most concerned with include The Federal District Courts & The Appellate Courts.  The Special Court that we’ll be fling at is The United States Court of Federal Claims, but that is not discussed until later in the tutorial.

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How the U.S. Judicial Branch is Designed to Help The People Fix the System, When Used as First Designed