Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals At A Glance

Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals At A Glance

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Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals At A Glance
The 8th Circuit Court of Appeals is formally known as the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit. When it is referred to in case citations, it is known as the "8th Cir." However it is known, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals is a Federal court that has been granted appellate jurisdiction over the district courts located in these districts:
The Western District of Arkansas,
The Eastern District of Arkansas,
The Northern District of Iowa,
The Southern District of Iowa,
The District of Minnesota,
The Western District of Missouri,
The Eastern District of Missouri,
The District of Nebraska,
The District of North Dakota, and
The District of South Dakota.
There are 11 active judges on the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, which is one of 13 United States Courts of Appeals. The 8th Circuit Court of Appeal is based in the Thomas F. Eagleton Courthouse in St. Louis, Missouri. 
Of the 13 Circuit Courts of Appeals, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals

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