American Government

Name the two factors that give federal courts jurisdiction over a case. Give an example of each.

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  2. Subject Matter And Parties. If a resident of Oregon sues a resident of California over a car accident the case would go to federal court. However, if a resident of Portland Oregon sues someone in Canby Oregon then that would be seen in State Court due to lack of Party diversity.

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