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In all other cases the Court has ‘‘appellate’’ jurisdiction, with such exceptions and regulations as Congress shall make. The great majority of the cases the Court hears come to it under its appellate jurisdiction, or on appeal from a federal or state court. The Constitution does not itself create lower federal courts, instead entrusting their creation and organization to Congress. Congress first created a system of lower federal courts in the Judiciary Act of 1789. Just below the Supreme Court were three circuit—or appellate—courts, each serving a group of states.