Federal law enforcement is limited in scope but subject to considerable public attention. Why?
Scope of Federal law enforcement:
In reality, the scope of Federal Law is limited but it gained greater public attention. In federal law, many enactments happened from time to time. Such improvement in the law made the Federal law much attractive and gained public confidence. Law in action may not be the same law in the book.
In practice, the situation will be different. Sometimes it may need some adjustments in the existing one. Law enforcement measures to what extend the law in book matches with the law in practice. Generally, state enforcement provisions generally appear frequently.
State enforcement promotes public interest of citizens of a state. Federal enforcement on the other hand protects national interests. Standard disclosure on model of enforcement is the main limitation of state enforcement. State enforcement does not give clear idea about public and private enforcement.
State enforcement will enhance opportunities for decentralized decision making and thereby achieves the goal of federalism. Through this, the law will get more public attention and people will be able to know the crux of the law.