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Florida's highest court is the supreme court composed of seven justices who sit in Tallahassee. They are appointed for six years by the governor upon the recommendation of a judicial nominating commission, extendable by a further six years by a general election vote. The supreme court has appellate jurisdiction only. The amended state constitution prescribes certain types of cases in which an appeal must be heard, including those in which the death penalty has been ordered and those in which a lower appellate court has invalidated a state law or a provision of the state constitution. Appeals against state agency decisions on utility rates are also heard by the supreme court.
Next in the judicial ladder come the five district courts of appeal, which sit in Tallahassee, Lakeland, Miami, West Palm Beach, and Daytona Beach. These hear appeals of lower court decisions and may review the actions of executive agencies. Since most requests for supreme court review are denied, district court decisions are usually final. The judges are appointed in a similar way as in the supreme court. Below them are the 20 circuit courts, which have original jurisdiction in many types of cases, including civil suits involving more than $5,000, felony cases, and all cases involving juveniles. They also hear appeals against the decisions of the county courts, of which each county has one for a state total of 67.
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