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how does the federal court system decide which criminal cases to take?

A) they take cases that have already seen state courts
B)A grand jury decides if each state has merit
C)they take cases that are being appealed
D)a supreme court justice decides which cases should be addressed

I don't have a text book so give me links and stuff \_(-_-)_/

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