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Circuit Court

A generic name for a court in several jurisdictions. Circuit courts have a variety of duties. For example, in the U.S. State of Louisiana, circuit courts are appellate courts, while in the state of Alabama they are courts with original jurisdiction.
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Judge Peacock has served as a member of the 13th Judicial Circuit Professionalism Committee since 2007.
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