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S.S. Judicial

Social Studies Judicial Court System

Georgia's Seven Deadly Sins 1. Murder 2.Rape 3.Armed robbery 4.Aggravated Child molestation 5.Aggravated sodomy 6.Aggravated sexual battery 6. Aggravated Manslaughter
Georgia state constitution states ensure freedom, liberty,justice,peace,and happiness for all of the citizens of Georgia.
How Many Articles Are In The Georgia State Constitution? 11
Georgia's Bill OF Rights Contains How Many Rights? 28
Who Does The Government Originate From the voters/electorate
Judicial Branch (1) interprets the law
Judiciary judicial authorities of a country; judges collectively
Trail Court a court of law where cases are tried in the first
Superior Court 188 courts in 49 circuits/regions. The trail court in the Georgia court system;hears both civil and criminal cases.
State Court limited jurisdiction within one country; hears misdemeanors, including most traffic violations.
Probate Court
Created by: shalabee