Section VII-1

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Section VII-1: Courts in which judicial power vested.

    The judicial power of this State shall be vested in the Senate,
sitting as a Court of Impeachment, a Supreme Court, the Court of
Criminal Appeals, the Court on the Judiciary, the State Industrial
Court, the Court of Bank Review, the Court of Tax Review, and such
intermediate appellate courts as may be provided by statute District
Courts, and such Boards, Agencies and Commissions created by the
Constitution or established by statute as exercise adjudicative
authority or render decisions in individual proceedings.  Provided
that the Court of Criminal Appeals, the State Industrial Court, the
Court of Bank Review and the Court of Tax Review and such Boards,
Agencies and Commissions as have been established by statute shall
continue in effect, subject to the power of the Legislature to change
or abolish said Courts, Boards, Agencies, or Commissions.  Municipal
Courts in cities or incorporated towns shall continue in effect and
shall be subject to creation, abolition or alteration by the
Legislature by general laws, but shall be limited in jurisdiction to
criminal and traffic proceedings arising out of infractions of the
provisions of ordinances of cities and towns or of duly adopted
regulations authorized by such ordinances.



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