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List of state intermediate appellate courts

40 of the 50 states have an intermediate appellate court, and ten (Delaware, Maine, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming) do not.

Some of the states that do have intermediate appellate courts have more than one, such as Alabama, which has one intermediate appellate court for civil matters and another for criminal, and Pennsylvania, with a Superior Court and a Commonwealth Court which are both appellate courts but with different subject-matter jurisdictions.

Of the states with intermediate appellate courts, some have many divisions with varying degrees of independence from each other.

State intermediate appellate courts

Court Number of judges Established
Alabama Court of Civil Appeals 5 1969
Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals 5 1969
Alaska Court of Appeals 3 1980
Arizona Court of Appeals 22 -
Arkansas Court of Appeals 12 1978
California Courts of Appeal 105 1905
Colorado Court of Appeals 22 1891[1]
Connecticut Appellate Court 10 1982
Florida District Courts of Appeal 58 1957
Georgia Court of Appeals 12 1906
Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals 6 -
Idaho Court of Appeals 4 -
Illinois Appellate Court 54 -
Indiana Court of Appeals 15 1891
Iowa Court of Appeals 9 -
Kansas Court of Appeals 12 1977
Kentucky Court of Appeals 14 -
Louisiana Circuit Courts of Appeal 54 -
Maryland Court of Special Appeals 13 1966
Massachusetts Appeals Court 25 1972
Michigan Court of Appeals 28 1963
Minnesota Court of Appeals 19 1983
Mississippi Court of Appeals 9 1995
Missouri Court of Appeals 31 -
Nebraska Court of Appeals 6 1991
New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division 35 -
New Mexico Court of Appeals 10 -
New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division 60 -
North Carolina Court of Appeals 15 1967
North Dakota Court of Appeals 3 1987
Ohio District Courts of Appeal 68 -
Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals 12 -
Oregon Court of Appeals 10 -
Pennsylvania Superior Court 15 1895
Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court 9 1968
South Carolina Court of Appeals 9 1983
Tennessee Court of Appeals 12 1925
Texas Court of Appeals 80 1891
Utah Court of Appeals 7 1987
Virginia Court of Appeals 11 1985
Washington Court of Appeals 22 -
Wisconsin Courts of Appeal 16 1978
Total: 947 -

References

  1. ^ The Colorado Court of Appeals was established in 1891, and subsequently abolished, re-formed several times thereafter.

External links

  • Alabama Court of Civil Appeals
  • Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals
  • Alaska Court of Appeals
  • Arizona Court of Appeals, Division One website
  • Arizona Court of Appeals, Division Two website
  • Arkansas Court of Appeals
  • California Courts of Appeal
  • Colorado Court of Appeals
  • Connecticut Appellate Court
  • Georgia Court of Appeals
  • Hawaii Intermediate Court of Appeals
  • Idaho's judicial structure
  • Illinois Appellate Court
  • Indiana Court of Appeals
  • Iowa Court of Appeals
  • Kentucky Court of Appeals
  • Louisiana Court of Appeals, First Circuit
  • Louisiana Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
  • Louisiana Court of Appeals, Third Circuit
  • Louisiana Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit
  • Louisiana Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
  • Maryland Court of Special Appeals
  • Massachusetts Appeals Court
  • Superior Court of Pennsylvania
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