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From a technical standpoint, Kentucky’s judicial branch is the same age as its executive and legislative branches, all were officially formed when our Constitution was adopted in 1891.
But, the judiciary as we know it is only little more than three decades old. Voters created it in 1975 when they eliminated an often-confusing variety of courts and replaced them with the orderly system we have today.
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