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The Supreme Court is the apex court in the judicial hierarchy, the final arbiter of legal and constitutional disputes. It has the appellate jurisdiction over all high courts (including provincial high courts, district courts, and special courts) and federal courts, as well as original jurisdiction over a few types of cases. The Supreme Court is made up of a chief justice and a number of senior justices who are nominated by the President after consulting the Prime minister.
The Supreme Court of is the highest appellate court of the country and court of last resort. It is the final arbiter of the law and the Constitution. Its orders/decisions are binding on all other courts in the country.
The judge generally sits behind a raised desk, known as the bench. Adjacent to the bench are the witness stand and the desks where the court clerk and the court reporter sit.
A courtroom is the enclosed space in which courts of law are held in front of a judge. The courtroom is divided into two parts by a barrier known as the bar.
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