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Douglas Hoots speaks at Columbia Adair Chamber meeting
Columbia Mayor Pamela Hoots proudly introduced her brother Doug, Columbia native and law partner with Miller, Griffin and Marks, as the guest speaker for the November Chamber of Commerce meeting in Columbia.
He gave a brief overview of the state and federal courts, including, "Before the writing of the U.S. Constitution and the establishment of the permanent national judiciary under Article III, the states had courts. Each of the thirteen colonies also had its own courts, based on the British common law model.
"The judiciary today continues as a dual court system, with courts at both the national and state levels.
Both levels have three basic tiers consisting of trial courts, appellate courts, and finally courts of last resort, typically called supreme courts."
He provided booklets detailing the court system. For his contact information, send a note to the Chamber office, email: email@example.com
The meeting is held each second Tuesday of the month in the Training and Development Center, 201 Burkesville Street, Columbia.
DuoBroadband provided the lunch and chose to have it catered by Black Stallion Steakhouse.
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