Federal Court of Redmont
(a) The Federal Court of Redmont has original jurisdiction over:
(i) Major criminal prosecutions that result in jail exceeding 20 minutes or $2500 dollars of fines
(ii) Major civil cases whose value exceeds $20,000 dollars.
(iii) Any cases of significance that do not fit within the established bounds of court jurisdictions.
(b) The Federal Court of Redmont is the appellate court for the District Court of Redmont.
(c) Other powers of the Federal Court of Redmont include:
(i) Issuing warrants
(ii) Ordering a party before the Federal Court to have a lawyer in order to proceed with their case
(iii) Assuming the responsibilities of the District Courts of Redmont when necessary.
More information: https://www.democracycraft.net/threads/judicial-standards-act.5868/