3 Ways Federal Criminal Cases Are Unique

This video discusses 3 ways ways federal criminal cases are different from other cases.

While there are many similarities between criminal cases in federal and state court (such as the fact that the United States Constitution governs both types of cases), there are also important differences between federal and state criminal cases. Failure to account for these differences is fatal to the defense of a federal charge.

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