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Court Jurisdiction and Venue

A court must have jurisdiction to hear and decide a case. Venue is the particular location or area in which a court with geographical jurisdiction may hear a case. Explain why venue may be easily changed within the federal system and reasons why changes in venue may be granted for federal cases. In your answer provide an example of a federal case where a change of venue was granted.

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A court must have jurisdiction to hear and decide a case. Venue is the particular location or area in which a court with geographical jurisdiction may hear a case. Explain why venue may be easily changed within the federal system and reasons why changes in venue may be granted for federal cases. In your answer provide an example of a federal case where a change of venue was granted.

The venue can be easily changed in federal court because of Section 1404 (a) of the Judicial Code'. This ...

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The expert explains why the venue may be easily changed within the federal system and reasons why changes in venues may be granted for federal cases.

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