write about the types of courts

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State courts are unlike the three-tier approach as set forth in the federal judicial system, since federalism permits the states to adopt their own organizational structures. However, the four main general categories of the state courts can be limited to trial courts of limited jurisdiction, trial courts of general jurisdiction, intermediate appellate courts, and courts of last resort. What are the functions of each of these four types of courts? How do they differ? Explain your answer in at least 500 words using proper Bluebook citations.

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