Jurisdiction is defined as a right of either political or legal agency to practice its power over the people or territory. I have selected the exclusive federal jurisdiction, which exists in a situation where the court is powered to make a conclusive decision on a case excluding all the other courts. This jurisdiction allows the Supreme Court to makes reviews on the decisions of the different lower courts from the states. The federal court has broader jurisdiction compared to the state courts, which are limited by the boundary.
In some cases, the exclusive federal jurisdiction is exercised beyond the U.S boundaries where a party may be outside the country. The exclusive federal jurisdiction is powered to hear some patent cases provided by the constitution, such as the bankruptcy, immigration laws and policies, copyright, and lawsuits involving the military (Gugliuzza, 2014).
The comprehensive emergency management plan for the exclusive federal jurisdiction is formed based on preparedness, response, mitigation, and recovery. This framework is intended to provide a structure where the programs are uniform in the country to facilitate the interoperability between federal governments.
In the emergency plan, the CEMP provides that there are impacts that may be disruptive and destructive, which are not limited to injuries or degrading health situations by the residence. A business may be closed down due to an unfortunate economic situation and damaged resident’s properties. In its emergency operations, when a situation or a disaster exceeds the capabilities of a city and the available aid agreements, “the elected chief official is mandated to declare the situation as an emergency” (Canton, 2019). Therefore, this would seek emergency use of the resources and expenditures as well as activate the emergency plan.
In the planning and responses, the Franklin county emergency management word takes over the coordination and managing the disaster, preparedness, response mitigation, and recovery. This includes the county of Mesa and Pasco. The Franklin county emergency management compiles with the CEMP that overreach documents for every jurisdiction response plan.
Gugliuzza, P. R. (2014). Patent Law Federalism. Wis. L. Rev., 11.
Canton, L. G. (2019). Emergency Management: Concepts and strategies for effective programs. John Wiley & Sons.