The NSA and FBI can pull the "Federal" jurisdiction card in some cases and take control of an alleged criminal. Technically the CIA has no jurisdiction inside the US.
As a crime scene investigator there is little chance you will have to travel outside of your jurisdiction. If you want the chance to travel, try the CIA.
Well from my knowledge you used the term validity wrong, validity is a characteristic of arguments, you meant to say truth which is a characteristic of statements.
The CIA is composed of agents. CIA agents!
the cia is located in Washington DC
Congress resolved to watch CIA activities
The CIA is a separate agency.
The CIA was created in 1947
Provincial Courts have jurisdiction only in their respective province, whereas Federal Courts have unlimited jurisdiction in Canada. Judges in Provincial Courts are appointed by premiers whereas Judges in Federal Courts are appointed by the governor general or prime minister.