There are a vast number of courthouses spread across the United States. At the last count, the figure was well over 687. Each state can have many courthouses, each designated to a specific county or geographic area.
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Since there are different types of courts, federal and district/state, the United States divided the court system into thirteen different circuits. Each district covers different parts of the country and specific states.
- District 1 covers the northeast states of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, along with Puerto Rico.
- District 2 includes Vermont, New York, and Connecticut.
- District 3 covers Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, and Maryland.
- District 4 houses Washington DC, Virginia, West Virginia, North and South Carolina.
- District 5 includes the lower states of Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi.
- District 6 covers Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
- District 7 includes Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana.
- District 8 covers the midwest with North and South Dakota, Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri, and Arkansas.
- District 9 is located in the far western part of the country covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, and California, along with Hawaii.
- District 10 covers Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
- District 11 includes Alabama, Georgia and Florida.