Court System Structure 2 - Court System Structure 2 The...

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Court System Structure 2 The Tennessee court system is very complex and has many different steps. The top of the tear is the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court is the court of last resort and deals with discretionary jurisdiction in civil, criminal, noncapital criminal, juvenile, original proceeding, and interlocutory decision cases. The next level of the court system is the court of appeals and the court of criminal appeals. These two courts are the intermediate appellate courts. The court of appeals deals with Mandatory jurisdiction in civil, administrative agency, juvenile cases, and Discretionary jurisdiction in interlocutory decision cases. The court of criminal appeals deals with mandatory jurisdiction in capital criminal, criminal, juvenile, and original proceeding cases. The next part to the Tennessee court system is the judicial districts. The judicial district has a circuit court, probate court, chancery court, and criminal court. They each deal with their own types of cases and are the courts of General jurisdiction. The final parts to the Tennessee court
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