In Georgia, the judiciary has four general levels. The State Court, Magistrate Court, Probate Court and Juvenile are the lowest level courts, each focusing on specific legal subjects. The Georgia Superior Court is the trial court of general jurisdiction. The Court of Appeals of Georgia acts as the intermediate appellate court. The Supreme Court of Georgia is the highest court in the state.
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Georgia is part of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. Georgia has three federal district courts, the U.S. Federal District Courts for the Southern, Middle, and Northern Districts of Georgia. Each district also has a corresponding Bankruptcy Court.