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What are the differences between a state and federal case?

Many crimes are ones that could be charged in either state or federal court. For example, most drug and fraud cases could be charged in either jurisdiction. The cases charged in federal court have an element that gives the federal court jurisdiction over the case, such as the interstate transportation of drugs or money. State felony cases are charged in Superior Court in the county in which the felony allegedly occurred.

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