courts

  • 1 Courts — Courts, Mehrzahl von Court …

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  • 2 Courts — (Kohrts), Name der engl. Gerichtshöfe. C. of record (– of Rikahrd), mit schriftlicher Verhandlung sind: C. of chancery (– Tschänseri) oder Queens bench (Kwihns bentsch), über bürgerliche und Strafsachen, zugleich Appellhof; C. of exchequer (–… …

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  • 3 courts — index judiciary Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 4 COURTS —    See LAWS …

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  • 5 Courts —    See Judicial system …

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  • 6 courts — kɔːt n. yard; law court; king s palace; king s attendants; formal reception; area where basketball or tennis is played v. seek to please, flatter; woo, seek to gain the affections of …

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  • 8 Courts of the United States — include both the United States federal courts, comprising the judicial branch of the federal government of the United States (operating under the authority of the United States Constitution and federal law) and state and territorial courts of the …

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  • 9 Courts-martial in the United States — are criminal trials conducted by the U.S. military. Most commonly, courts martial are convened to try members of the U.S. military for violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (or UCMJ), which is the U.S. military s criminal code.… …

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  • 10 Courts and Legal Services Act 1990 — Courts and Legal Services Act, 1990 Parliament of the United Kingdom Long title An Act to make provision with respect to the procedure in, and allocation of business between, the High Court and other courts; to make provision with respect to… …

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  • 11 Courts of Texas — include: State courts of Texas Texas Supreme Court (Civil)[1] Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (Criminal)[2] Texas Courts of Appeals (14 districts)[3] Texas District Courts (420 districts)[4] Texas County Courts …

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  • 12 Courts of Hawaii — include: Aliʻiōlani Hale, in Honolulu, the building where the Hawaiʻi State Supreme Court meets State courts of Hawaii Hawaiʻi State Supreme Court[1] …

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  • 13 Courts of New York — include: State courts of New York The 1842 courthouse of the New York Court of Appeals in Albany. New York Court of Appeals[1] New York State Circuit Courts (defunct) …

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  • 14 Courts of Virginia — include: State courts of Virginia Supreme Court of Virginia[1] Court of Appeals of Virginia[2] Virginia Circuit Court (120 courts divided among 31 judicial circuits)[3] Virginia General District Court (courts in 32 districts)[4] Virginia Juvenile …

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  • 15 Courts of Arkansas — include: State courts of Arkansas Arkansas Supreme Court[1] Arkansas Court of Appeals[2] Arkansas Circuit Courts (23 judicial circuits)[3] Arkansas District Courts (formerly Arkansas Municipal Courts) [4] Arkansas City Courts[5 …

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  • 16 Courts of California — include: Headquarters of the Supreme Court of California, in San Francisco. State courts of California Supreme Court of California[1] California Courts of Appea …

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  • 17 Courts of Delaware — include: State courts of Delaware Delaware Supreme Court[1] Delaware Court of Chancery[2] Delaware Superior Court (3 courts, one for each county)[3] Delaware Family Court[4] Delaware Court of Common Pleas …

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  • 18 Courts of Georgia (U.S. state) — Courts of Georgia include: State courts of Georgia Supreme Court of Georgia[1] Georgia Court of Appeals[2] Georgia Superior Courts (49 judicial circuits)[3] Georgia State Courts[4] Georgia Magistrate Courts[5] Georg …

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  • 19 Courts of Maryland — include: State courts of Maryland Maryland Court of Appeals[1] Maryland Court of Special Appeals[2] Maryland Circuit Courts (8 judicial circuits)[3] Maryland District Courts[4] Federal courts located in Maryland …

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  • 20 Courts of Missouri — include: State courts of Missouri Missouri State Supreme Court building across from state capitol in Jefferson City. Supreme Court of Missouri[1] Missouri Court of Appeals (3 districts) …

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