in terms of the law, states can make their own laws, but these are trumped by overriding federal law. state police are there to enforce a particular state's laws mainly, whereas federal police are largely concerned with the federal (overall country's) laws. Federal = angrier too, if you get prosecuted federally they are opening up a can of whupass on you
Well for obvious reasons, a FEDERAL officer is a Federal officer, for obvious reasons, they have jurisdiction over FEDERAL grounds, which is the USA. A State Trooper or Sherrifs Deputy only has Jurisdiction over his/her county / state. So You pretty much answered your own question. The FBI/ATF/DEA/ Such Agencies as that will have jurisdiction, for the simple fact that they are only on the job for special assignments that the government doesnt feel are suitable for the state government to handle
You talking like a US Marshal compaired to say the State Police/Highway Patrol???
I believe a US Marshal has juristiction over whatever the fuk he wants.
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state cops get paid by the state and are your everyday police man. they write you tickets.
feds are paid by the federal government and is part of the president's crew. they dont write u tickets. they have better **** to do. i.e) FBI CIA NSA
you make it sound so simple. State troopers, DNR Rangers, Then you have Deputy Sherrifs. City Police, Even Correctional Officers, Who All get paid by the state.
Then even most states (not sure of all of them) but MY state Georgia has a GBI Georgia Beareu of investigation (yes strong possible spelling)
Each state has strong LE before any of the above Federal agencies get to them, although they do exist. They often deal with international matters such as terrorisms while our states deal with internal investigation.