What are the advantages and disadvantages of the US court system's structure?
Advantages And Disadvantages Of The US Court System's Structure.
The advantages of federal include state courts officials are often elected and may make decisions based on self-preservation and federal judges are appointed for life and not influenced by job security. Another advantage would be that decisions of the higher court like the federal appeals court would be final. Some disadvantages would be higher costs and the time it will take for the case to be heard since “the court usually takes less than a hundred cases per term.