There are two types of court systems — federal and state. Each of these court systems is tasked with hearing different types of cases. While state courts are primarily responsible for interpreting state law, federal courts have the responsibility of hearing a number of different types of cases.
Some common federal criminal cases are:
~Drug-related offenses. While many drug offenses are prosecuted at the state level, some cases turn into federal issues when a person is charged with drug crimes.
~Weapons charges. These are offenses involving the possession of a firearm. These charges frequently arise when a person is accused of possessing a firearm.
~White collar crimes. The term “white collar crime” refers to a number of non-violent offenses. Some of the most common types of offenses include embezzlement, fraud, and tax evasion.
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