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The judicial system is the system of courts which interprets and applies the law in the name of the state. The judicial system also provides a mechanism for the resolution of disputes between parties. Under the doctrine of separation of powers, the judicial system does not make the law or enforce the law; rather it interprets the law and applies it to the facts of each case.

 Courts operate under county, state, and federal jurisdictions. A county seat is a term for an administrative center for a county or civil parish, primarily in the US. County courts function as administrative subdivisions of a state and have no sovereign jurisdiction of their own. In the US, a state court has jurisdiction over disputes with some connection to a US state. Cases are heard and evidence is presented in a trial court, which is usually located in a county courthouse. If one of the litigants of a court case is unsatisfied with the decision of the lower courts, the matter can be taken up on appeal to a higher court such as a state court of appeals, which will then review the decision of the trial court. If still unsatisfied, the litigant can appeal to the state supreme court, and possibly all the way to the United States Supreme Court.

Due to the nature of the court system, obtaining court records can be a difficult process. Aside from county, state, and federal courts, there are also city courts which will often handle issues such as traffic offenses, and violations of city ordinances. Other examples of courts include but are not limited to police court, probate court, municipal court, court of claims, family court, small claims court, tax court, and workers compensation court. Many of these types of courts are considered courts of limited jurisdiction. More serious crimes are dealt with by courts of general jurisdiction. Courts of general jurisdiction take precedence over courts of limited jurisdiction. These divisions in the court systems are necessary to make the court system more efficient. However, they also make it very tough to find court records. Using a professional service to locate court records can save a lot of time and headache.

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  •   ...   The highest court in the United States consisting of 9 Supreme Court Justices.
  • ...  National Center For Supreme Courts. A collaboration of the Conference of Chief Justices, the Conference of State Court Administrators, and other associations of judicial leaders.
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