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The New York State Unified Court System includes civil and criminal courts with trial and appellate levels. The civil branch also has a Claims Court for claims against the state. Lower court levels include city, town, village, New York City, district, and county as well as family and surrogate on the civil side. The Court of Appeals sits at the top of the entire state judicial system, acting as a Supreme Court. It includes one Chief Judge and six Associate Judges; all serve 14-year terms. New York State traces its legal heritage back to the Burgher Court in the Dutch-controlled colony of New Amsterdam in 1656.