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The United States judiciary is divided into 12 regional circuits, each of which has a Court of Appeals. Each circuit is further divided into "districts". Decisions of district courts can be appealed to their circuit's court of appeals. The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has nationwide jurisdiction to hear appeals in specialized cases.

First Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Second Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Third Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Fourth Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Fifth Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Sixth Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Seventh Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Eighth Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Ninth Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Tenth Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


Eleventh Circuit - U.S. Court of Appeals


District of Columbia Circuit


Federal Circuit