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Function: The district court has original jurisdiction in all civil and criminal cases and shall have appellate jurisdiction as prescribed by law.
Minnesota's district courts are located throughout the 87 counties in the state and are organized into 10 Judicial Districts.
There shall be two or more district judges in each district. Each judge of the district court in any district shall be a resident of that district at the time of his selection and during his continuance in office. The judges of the district court resident in each of the judicial districts shall meet and elect from among their number a single chief judge and an assistant chief judge
See Judicial Appointments Notebooks, Volumes 1, 2 & 3, Legislative Library Reference collection, KFM5925.5.A6 J83, for information, news articles, and appointments relating to the Minnesota District Courts.
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