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How are all courts, except the US Supreme Court, established? by the Constitution by Congress by presidential executive order by the states

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William Cain on March 16, 2018

All courts, except the Supreme Court of the united states, established by Congress.Explanation:According to article III of the Constitution, the Supreme Court was established, but Congress was given the authority to create lower federal courts if they are required according to the requirements. The structure and the jurisdiction of the federal court system were established by The Judiciary Act of 1789, which created the office of attorney-general.

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