(b) Until such time, this Act shall exist interdependently of any code of law.
(c) Section 5 and 6, in relation to Section 5, of The Cabinet Act of 1789 is enacted.
SEC. 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF JUDICIARY
(a) The Supreme Court of the United States shall consist of 6 Associate Justices and one Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, 5 constituting a quorum.
(b) Three Judicial Districts are hereby created:
(i) The first, consisting of the States of Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Virginia;
(ii) The second, consisting of the States of Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey;
(iii) The third, consisting of the States of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine;
(c) Any crime or series of crimes occurring across states shall be subject to the exclusive federal jurisdiction of the district in which it was committed.
(d) Any crime or series of crimes occurring in multiple districts shall be subject to the exclusive federal jurisdiction of the district in which the crime with the most severe related penalty shall exist. If two or more crimes shall have been committed in multiple districts for which the penalty is equally severe, the district in which the first of these crimes was committed shall exercise exclusive federal jurisdiction over all the crimes committed.
SEC. 2. PUNISHMENT FOR CRIME
(a) Any person sentence to prison under the jurisdiction of the Federal Government shall be imprisoned at the most appropriate prison, as determined by a federal judge or magistrate.