Art. V §6 | COUNTY COURTS
(a) ORGANIZATION. — There shall be a county court in each county. There shall be one or more judges for each county court as prescribed by general law.
(b) JURISDICTION. — The county courts shall exercise the jurisdiction prescribed by general law. Such jurisdiction shall be uniform throughout the state.
History. - S.J.R. 52-D, 1971; adopted 1972.
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