Popular Category:State appellate courts

This category encompasses appellate courts of the 50 states of the USA, as well as analogous appellate courts in territories, possessions, etc. of the USA. For purposes of this category, “appellate court” is defined to include both (a) a court whose primary purpose is to exercise appellate jurisdiction and (b) a court with at least one division whose primary purpose is to exercise appellate jurisdiction.

Courts that are primarily courts of first instance but do have some appellate jurisdiction should not be included in this category unless they go by a different name (such as "Court of Appeals") when exercising appellate jurisdiction.

See also Category:Appellate review.

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