what is the fourth circuit in court system?
like court system .....how is the fourth circuit ne better or ne worse than any other circuit or room or system or w.e???
The fourth circuit includes Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, W Virginia. It has a reputation as being a highly conservative, if not the most conservative court.
The Federal Court system is divided into federal districts, typically 1 per state, but more populated states can have 4 or 5. Then these districts come together to form 11 circuits. If you appeal a decision surrounded by the district court, the circuit court for that district hears the appeal. The fourth circuit covers all the districts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Washington DC. If you appeal a judgment from the Circuit Court, the US Supreme Court decides whether or not to hear your appeal. The Court of Appeals in your circuit is your last appeal by right. The Supreme Court solitary accepts a small fraction of cases appealed from the Circuits.