Australian Court System.
Today's legal system in Australia has federal and state parliaments and court systems. Both the federal and state court systems are arranged in a hierarchy. Each of the courts within the hierarchy are responsible for hearing different matters, have their own jurisdictions and own presiding judges. In Australia we have state and federal laws. Federal laws have authority over affairs concerning the whole country for example telecommunications and immigration, whereas a state jurisdiction presides over a certain state, such as education and mining affairs. Thus we have two courts to deal…
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