Judicial System

 

The judicial system - and the bodies making up the judicial power - are based on a Single Court, consisting of two specialised sections, the ordinary and the administrative jurisdictions.
The ordinary jurisdiction is internally subdivided according to the civil and criminal matters, to which the single Law Commissioners are assigned by the Head Magistrate in respect for law provisions and work distribution criteria approved by the Judicial Council.
More specifically, the present organisation chart of the Single Court (Laws no. 144 and 145/2003) is composed of the following staff:
- the Head Magistrate of the Single Court

Ordinary and Administrative Jurisdiction
• Judge of Extraordinary Remedies in criminal matters
• Judge of Extraordinary Remedies in civil matters
• Highest Judge of Appeal in civil matters (who, according to the law, also deals with administrative matters)
• Highest Judge of Appeal in criminal matters
• Judge of Appeal of the civil jurisdiction
• Judge of Appeal of the criminal jurisdiction
• Law Commissioners (one of whom is also Head Magistrate)
• Procuratore del Fisco (prosecuting magistrate)

Civil liability action of magistrates
• Judges for Civil Liability Actions of Magistrates, three effective judges and three substitutes

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