The Judiciary Courts Of The State Of Utah include five levels of jurisprudence. The Supreme Court's five justices consider appeals of capital and first-degree felony cases and non-domestic civil cases. The seven judges on the Court of Appeals hear appeals from Juvenile Court and domestic matters and convictions of less than a first-degree felony from the District Courts. The District Courts' 70-plus judges hear the usual criminal and civil cases and appeals from the Justice Courts. About 30 Juvenile Court judges try children under 18 accused of a crime and cases involving child abuse and dependents. The some 110 judges in Justice Courts hear misdemeanor cases and small claims.