When a case involves any amount above $75,000 the case should be heard by the state court example, issuing a legal person for damages worth $90,000 but when it involves any amount below this the federal court is free to address. For example; an employee sued for theft of goods worth $10,000. Civil cases are mostly addressed by the federal court such as trespass; while criminal cases are heard by the state court for example murder case.
Acceptance of inadmissible testimony of the lower court is one to be corrected by a court of appeal. Some evidence accepted by the lower court might not have direct connection with the case thus should be dismissed. Improper instructions issued to the jury affect their ruling and the court of appeal should correct that through review of the instruction (Purpura, 2011). Another issue that is addressed by the court of appeal is a misinterpretation of a federal law in favour of one party. This should be corrected to ensure fair judgment for both