court of general jurisdiction | Definition

court of general jurisdiction
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A court of general jurisdiction is a court with the authority to hear cases of all kinds as opposed to a court of limited jurisdiction which can only hear relatively minor cases.

These are the highest level of trial courts and they hear serious felony cases such as rape and murder.


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