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The Texas District Courts form part of the Texas judicial system and are the trial courts of general jurisdiction of Texas. As of January 2019, 472 district courts serve the state, each with a single judge, elected by partisan election to a four-year term.What is a the main duty of District Court?
• A District Court is generally a court of first instance in that legal actions or lawsuits are commenced in such a court. • In contrast, a Superior Court typically functions as an appellate court, hearing and deciding on appeals received from the lower courts.How do US marshals serve the district courts?
The U.S. Marshals, by carrying out federal court orders, becomes involved in admiralty matters of two types: actions that enforce maritime liens or actions against a person or persons.What jurisdiction does the US District Courts have?
The federal district court is the starting point for any case arising under federal statutes, the Constitution, or treaties. This type of jurisdiction is called “original jurisdiction.” Sometimes, the jurisdiction of state courts will overlap with that of federal courts, meaning that some cases can be brought in both courts.