Liberty State Judiciary (III:MP)
About the Liberty State Judiciary
The Liberty State Judiciary consists of various courts, each with a different jurisdiction. The role of the State Judiciary is to preside over civil and criminal suits, deliberating over cases and delivering verdicts. The judiciary is the branch of government that decides when laws have been broken (breached) based on evidence presented in court cases and on what the penalty or remedy is to be for the particular breach of the law.
Liberty State Supreme Court
The Supreme and Appeal Court is where parties who took part in a case may request an appeal and ask for the case to be reviewed again, or matters involving government, the state or high-level criminal suits. Furthermore, the judges from this court may partake in any case regardless of which court it is, if they find it necessary.
The District Court handles cases in which state law enforcement agencies, such as the Liberty City Police Department pursue criminals according to the state penal code. It also handles any civil suits.
The Clerk's Office handles employment and other types of contracts, such as loan agreements. Furthermore, it serves as the patent registry and copyright protection service.
Liberty State Judiciary
The Hon. Arthur Kirkland
Court Hall of the State of Liberty
1 Short Street, Staunton Island, Liberty City
|III:MP Groups and Organizations|
|United States:||United States Government, United States Congress, United States Mint, Supreme Court of the United States, U.S. Federal Bar|
|State of Liberty:||Liberty State Government, Liberty State Judiciary, Liberty State Bar, Department of Motor Vehicles, Liberty City Sanitation Department|
|Law Enforcement:||Liberty City Police Department, U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Weapons and Tactics|
|Emergency Services:||Fire Department of Liberty City|
|Mafias / Gangs:||TBA|
|Other:||United States Democratic Party|