In Colorado, the judiciary has three general levels. The District Courts hear most cases at the trial level; the County Courts have limited jurisdiction over certain matters, and Water Courts have exclusive jurisdiction over matters involving water rights. The Colorado Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court. The Colorado Supreme Court is the highest appellate court.
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