The Court System

State Courts

Are all state high courts called supreme courts?

No, most—but not all—state high courts are called supreme courts. In New York the Supreme Courts are trial courts, not final appellate courts. Maryland and Nebraska’s high courts are called Courts of Appeals, not Supreme Courts.


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