Rajasthan has a well and strong judiciary system. It abide by the constitution of India. Rajasthan has its high court Jodhpur which has its principal seat at Jodhpur and a bench at Jaipur. There are district courts as well in Rajasthan.
In the lower judiciary, there are 33 courts of District & Sessions Judges and 108 courts of Additional District and Sessions Judges where 697 Judicial officers are working now.
All the districts of Rajasthan has their district courts at their districts centre.
|Ajmer District Court||Alwar District Court|
|Banswara District Court||Baran District Court|
|Barmer District Court||Bharatpur District Court|
|Bhilwara District Court||Bikaner District Court|
|Bundi District Court||Chittorgarh District Court|
|Churu District Court||Dausa District Court|
|Dholpur District Court||Dungarpur District Court|
|Hanumangarh District Court||Jaipur District Court|
|Jaisalmer District Court||Jalore District Court|
|Jhalawar District Court||Jhunjhunu District Court|
|Jodhpur District Court||Karauli District Court|
|Kota District Court||Nagaur District Court|
|Pali District Court||Pratapgarh District Court|
|Rajsamand District Court||Sawai Madhopur District Court|
|Sikar District Court||Sirohi District Court|
|Sri Ganganagar District Court||Tonk District Court|
|Udaipur District Court|
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