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Courts In Fort Payne




Courts


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Business Listing   Alabama Cooperative Extension System - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-8595



Business Listing   Alabama State - Alcoholic Beverage Control Board- Store 155 - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 844-8528


Business Listing   Alabama State - Forestry Commission- Rangers Office - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-1331


Business Listing   Alabama State - Health Department- Environmental Vital Statistics - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-7031


Business Listing   Alabama State - Health Department- Life Care - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-8684


Business Listing   Alabama State - Health Department- Medicaid - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 844-4651


Business Listing   Alabama State - Human Resources- Adult-Child Abuse- Sheriffs Depart - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-3801


Business Listing   Alabama State - National Guard- Organizational Maintenance Shop 5 - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-6069


Business Listing   Alabama State - Probation Officer - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-5717


Business Listing   Dekalb County - Court System- Courthouse- Circuit Clerk - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 845-8525




Business Listing   Dekalb County Human Resources - Office - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 844-2700


Business Listing   Medicaid - Fort Payne, AL - Phone: (256) 997-9591



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Helpful Definition for: Courts

District courts in Fort Payne 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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