The judicial branch of the United States has many layers and units. On the federal side, there are district courts, appeals (circuit) courts, and the US Supreme Court. On the state side, there are state trial courts, state intermediate appeals courts, and then the highest state courts, which go by a variety of names. To help you understand this complex system, create an infographic of the federal and state court systems that shows their hierarchy and how they are related to one another. Be sure to include details about how each court interacts with other courts in the dual legal system that exists in the United States.