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American Samoa: Issues Associated with Potential Changes to the Current System for Adjudicating Matters of Federal Law
William O. Jenkins, Jr. (au)
Amer. Samoa is the only populated U.S. insular area that does not have a fed. court. Congress has granted the local High Court fed. jurisdiction for certain fed. matters, such as specific areas of maritime law. This is a report on Amer. Samoa’s system for addressing matters of fed. law and discusses: (1) the current system for adjudicating matters of fed. law in Amer. Samoa; (2) the reasons offered for or against changing the current system for adjudicating matters of fed. law in Amer. Samoa; (3) potential scenarios and issues associated with establishing a fed. court in Amer. Samoa or expanding the fed. jurisdiction of the local court; and (4) the potential cost elements and funding sources associated with implementing those different scenarios. Illus.
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