in states, cities, and townships, traffic courts...

asked Jan 20 in Spanish by babyboy1
In states, cities, and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited

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answered Jan 20 by anonymous
In states, cities, and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited "jurisdiction" since they pertain only to a specific part of the territory, and do not have a lot of power in general. 
answered Jan 20 by anonymous
The question is asking to state and complete the said passage in the question that states In states, cities and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited, and base on my research , the possible answer would be limited Jurisdiction. I hope you are satisfied with my answer and feel free to ask for more 

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