State court

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Two English-speaking federations use the phrase "state court" to describe courts operated by their constituent states:

Two non-English-speaking federations have similar courts whose names can be translated into English as "state court":

The state Supreme Court was originally founded only to decide on murder cases but has branched out into a variety of uses. For example, in Pennsylvania under Legislation 24, the State indeed, has the right(a) to interfere, or prohibit, an activity or decision of any educational institution, on the grounds that it is unjust.

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