The judicial power of the state is vested in a unified judicial system consisting of a supreme court, a district court, and such other courts as may be provided by law. The Legislature, exercising the power granted to it in this section, has created a Court of Appeals’1 Small Claims Courts,2 Juvenile Courts,3 and Municipal Courts.4 In writing the North Dakota Constitution, the framers followed the format of the U.S. Constitution and created three branches of government—a legislative branch, an executive branch, and a judicial branch. In commenting upon this...
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