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Georgia's Seven Deadly Sins Act: Murder,Rape, Armed Robbery, Aggravated Child Molestation,AggravatedSodomy,Aggravated, Sexual Battery,Voluntary Manslaughter
Surpreme Court: Highest Ranking court also an aappellate court
Number of Justice : Seven Justice Six Years
Court of Appeals Second Highest ranking court also an appellate court
Trial Court Below Appellate
Superior Court: 188 courts and 79 circuits/ reigons
Superior Court: 188 courts and 79 circuits/ reigons
State Court(70): Exercise limited jurisdiction within one country
Problate(159): The Process of establishing the validity(legal) of the will
Problate(159): The Process of establishing the validity(legal) of the will
Juvinile Court: Were established to concentrate attention on the treatment of juviniles.
Juvinile Court: Were established to concentrate attention on the treatment of juviniles.
Magisrate Court(159): Are Limited jurisdiction country courts that issue warrants, hear minor criminals offenses,and hear civil cases involving amounts of $15.000 or less
Municipal and Special Courts(400+): To Handle traffic offenses and violations of local,to issue warrents,and in some instances, to hear misdemeanor cases such as shoplifting and possesion of maijuana
Georgia's Seven Deadly Sins Act: Murder,Rape, Armed Robbery, Aggravated Child Molestation,AggravatedSodomy,Aggravated, Sexual Battery,Voluntary Manslaughter
Surpreme Court: Highest Ranking court also an aappellate court
Number of Justice : Seven Justice Six Years
Court of Appeals Second Highest ranking court also an appellate court
Trial Court Below Appellate
Superior Court: 188 courts and 79 circuits/ reigons
State Court(70): Exercise limited jurisdiction within one country
Problate(159): The Process of establishing the validity(legal) of the will
Juvinile Court: Were established to concentrate attention on the treatment of juviniles.
Magisrate Court(159): Are Limited jurisdiction country courts that issue warrants, hear minor criminals offenses,and hear civil cases involving amounts of $15.000 or less
Municipal and Special Courts(400+): To Handle
Due To The Process Legal steps that ensure fair treatment under law
Grand Jury: a group of citizens who examine a case os evidence to determine whether there is sufficient evidence to charge a suspect with a crime
Plantiff: One who has a "RIGHT Of Actin" against a wrongdoer in a civil case
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