The Judicial System is intended to provide validity with the laws, put people on trial, and manage the corrections system. There are three levels of courts. The first will be the division courts. The courts will handle a particular set of laws. For example, the Family division will deal with family law such as child custodies, and foster care system. Next are the Appeals Courts. These courts will listen to trials that have a disagreement on the results from the Division Courts. Last are Supreme Courts. These courts handle country wide laws, and address cases where they have appealed the Appeals Courts. This will help assure that everyone has a fair chance with the legal system.