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Posted on Tuesday, April 26, 2011 in Glassware

Can a federal district court precedent to another level in the judicial system?

I know the courts Federal District are the lowest in the federal system, but I do not know whether their decisions could set a precedent for some State level court or something.

They set precedents for state courts on questions of federal law, Since the state court the issues facing it as a question of concurrent jurisdiction. Otherwise, their decisions are not precedent. They are "stare decisis".