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Law And Government Of Missouri - State Government - Judicial Branch
... The judicial branch (the state courts) is established by Article V of the Missouri Constitution ... The state supreme court is the Supreme Court of Missouri - it is the highest court ... The Missouri Court of Appeals is the state intermediate appellate court ...
United States Circuit Court - Judges
... Although any district court judge could be authorized to act as a circuit judge, only fifty judges solely designated as circuit court judges were ever appointed ... These can be broadly categorized into four groups Judges appointed pursuant to the Midnight Judges Act on or after February 20, 1801, and thereafter removed from ... Judges appointed to the D.C ...
Wyoming - State Law and Government - Judicial System
... Wyoming's highest court is the Supreme Court of Wyoming, with five justices presiding over appeals from the state's lower courts ... Wyoming is unusual in that it does not have an intermediate appellate court, like most states ... Appeals from the state district courts go directly to the Wyoming Supreme Court ...
Emperor Go-Kameyama - Eras of Go-Kameyama's Reign
... Nanboku-chō southern court Eras as reckoned by legitimate Court (as determined by Meiji rescript) Kōwa (1381–1384) Genchū (1384–1393) Nanboku-chō northern court Eras as reckoned by pretender Court (as ...
Iona Nikitchenko
... Russian Empire – April 22, 1967, Moscow, Russian SFSR) was a judge of the Supreme Court of the Soviet Union ... His court experience started in May 1920 when he was appointed as the chairman-deputy of the Military Court of Semirechye Army Group during the Civil War ... In 1924 was appointed as the member of the Military Court Collegiate of the Moscow Military District ...

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