The Alabama Unified Judicial System includes the Supreme Court, the Court of Civil Appeals, the Court of Criminal Appeals, the State Law Library, and trial courts, which are overseen by the Administrative Office of Courts. A chief justice and eight associate justices comprise the Supreme Court. The Court of Civil Appeals handles cases including divorce, child support and custody, and adoption. It is composed of five judges, including a presiding judge who is the most senior member of the court. The Court of Criminal Appeals hears felony and misdemeanor cases; its presiding judge is elected by the court's five members. Except for municipal court judges, all judges in Alabama are elected in public elections.