The north carolina judicial system 1 under the north carolina constitution the judicial department is established as a co equal branch of state government with the legislative and executive branches north carolinas court system called the general court of justice is a unified statewide and state operated system. The north carolina court system under article iv of the nc constitution the judicial branch is established as a co equal branch of our state government north carolinas court system called the general court of justice is a unified statewide and state operated system consisting of three divisions the appellate division the superior. In north carolina there are three federal district courts a state supreme court a state court of appeals and trial courts with both general and subject matter jurisdiction these courts serve different purposes which are outlined in the sections below. The north carolina federal court system is divided into the eastern and western districts these courts hear federal cases either a case involving a question of federal law or a case involving citizens of different states in a dispute over at least 75000
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