Article VII of the constitution originally provided for the judicial branch of the state government and it still does that. However, it was completely revised by a set of amendments in 1970. These revisions completely restructured the article and the judicial system of the state. The discussion of individual sections which follows reflects the current form of the article and the current authority of the judicial branch. The judicial power of the State shall be vested in one Supreme Court of Appeals, Circuit Courts, and such other courts as the General Assembly may...
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