The first sentence in the question above is the correct answer. The second sentence in the question is wrong.
The sentence above is indeed incorrect because the federal and state judiciaries are not identical. A state court has the ability to hear all cases that are brought by the federal government. If you wish to dispute a case, you must first go to the federal court, and in most cases you will have to pay for it yourself.
A federal court is a court of law that is authorized to hear all cases brought by the federal government. A state court is a court of law that is authorized to hear all cases brought by the state. So the federal government has the right to file the case, but the state has the ability to hear the case.
This comes up from time to time when people debate the idea of a “jurisdiction-by-jurisdiction” approach to federal court. The federal government has the right to sue in federal court and the state has the ability to sue in state court. But in most cases, the federal government can’t sue and the state can’t sue.
The way that we usually see this in practice is that the federal government brings a federal case and the state court (which we are calling the U.S. District Court) hears the case. The federal court then hands down a decision that is made on the basis of federal law and the state court then hands down a decision based on state law. There are a few exceptions here and there, but generally the process is very clear.
The difference between the federal and the state judiciaries is that in the federal system, the federal government doesn’t have to prove that its laws are a good fit for the state. It doesn’t matter if the state court thinks they are or not. The federal court is a court of law so the federal government is entitled to a jury trial, which is what the state court is.
The state court does a lot more than just give the federal government a jury trial. It also decides how long the case will take and what evidence the state’s law will allow to be admitted at trial, which is more than the federal court does.
The federal court is a court of law, and it does a lot of the same things that the state court does, but it does so under the rules of the federal code. This means that the laws and rules of the federal code are the same as the laws and rules of the state court. Therefore, the federal court judges are the same as the state court judges. But while the federal and state courts are the same, they are not the same as each other.
The federal court is the “Supreme Court” in the United States. This means that the federal court can be higher or lower than the state court.
In many states, the federal judicial system is lower than the state judicial system. Therefore, in many states, the federal judge can be the same as the state judge.