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Copyright Basics

Copyright Overview
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© Infringement Penalties
US Legal System

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U.S. District Courts

The District Courts are the trial courts and each state has at least one.  The trials are either civil or criminal in nature.  People who win their civil case usually are awarded money to compensate for their damage whereas people found guilty in criminal cases usually go to prison.  Copyright infringement trials are generally civil suits but there can be criminal charges as well.

 

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