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The Supreme Court is the state?s highest court. It reviews
decisions made in the Superior Court to determine if any
errors of law have been made and also reviews selected
decisions of the Appellate Court.
The Appellate Court, like the Supreme Court, reviews final
decisions issued by the Superior Court to determine if
errors of law have been committed.
State law specifies which types of appeals may be brought
directly to the Supreme Court from the Superior Court,
thereby bypassing the Appellate Court. These cases include
decisions where the Superior Court has found a provision of
the state constitution or a state statute invalid and
convictions of capital felonies.
The Superior Court hears all legal matters except those
over which the Probate Court has exclusive jurisdiction.
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