US Federal Courts of Appeals Case Law

The United States Courts of Appeal, sometimes referred to as the Federal Circuit Courts, are intermediate appellate federal courts. They are comprised of thirteen circuits; the 1st - 11th Circuits, the District of Columbia Circuit Court and the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. These courts hear appeals from decisions rendered by the US District Courts, as well as from other federal courts and agencies. to see a map of the Federal Circuits.

Reported Opinions From the US Federal Courts of Appeals

Opinions From the US Federal Courts of Appeals


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