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The jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in civil cases considers both the law and the facts when hearing appeals. In criminal matters, its' jurisdiction extends only to questions of the proper interpretation of laws. A case may be appealed to the Supreme Court if a law under which a person was convicted has been declared unconstitutional or if the defendant has been convicted of a capital offense and a death penalty has been imposed.

The Court of Appeal has jurisdiction of all civil matters, all matters appealed from family and juvenile courts, and most criminal cases that are triable by a jury. A court of appeal also has the jurisdiction to review and supervise cases which are heard within its' circuit courts.

District Court has original jurisdiction of all civil and criminal matters. It is the exclusive original jurisdiction of felony cases and of most cases involving property.

Criminal cases against those younger than age seventeen are referred to Juvenile Court. The legislature may provide laws for exceptions to this rule for serious cases such as murder, rape, kidnapping, drug dealing, and armed robbery.

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