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Business Listing   Farmers Insurance Group - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 236-0089


Business Listing   Illinois State - Children & Family Services Dept- Aurora Field Office - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 844-8400


Business Listing   Illinois State - Children & Family Services Dept- Aurora Regional Of - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 801-3400


Business Listing   Illinois State - Corrections Department Of- Aurora Adult Parole - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 801-3510


Business Listing   Illinois State - Corrections Department Of- Fox Valley Work Release Ce - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 897-5610


Business Listing   Illinois State - Employment Security Department Of- Northern Region Of - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 844-8455


Business Listing   Illinois State - Human Services Department Of- Kane County Office - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 844-7400


Business Listing   Illinois State - Human Services Department Of- Rehabilitation Services - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 892-7417


Business Listing   Illinois State - Illinois Century Network - Aurora, IL - Phone: (630) 907-2950


   
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Helpful Definition for: Courts


District courts in Aurora are the general trial courts of the United States federal court system. Both civil and criminal cases are filed in the district court, which is a court of law, equity and admiralty. The district courts exercise original jurisdiction over- that is, they are empowered to conduct trials in the following types of cases: civil actions arising under the Constitution, laws and treaties of the United States; certain civil actions between citizens of different states; civil actions within the admiralty or maritime jurisdiction of the United States; criminal prosecutions brought by the United States; civil actions in which the United States is a party, and many other types of cases and controversies.

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