The Wisconsin Court System doesn't write the laws but it does help enforce them. The system includes nearly 245 municipal courts, more than 240 circuit courts in 72 counties, a court of appeals that handles about 1,200 cases a year, and a seven-member Supreme Court. Supreme Court justices are elected to 10-year terms; they hear cases from the court of appeals and are the final authority on the state constitution. Wisconsin's court system also includes programs like special peer "courts" for non-violent teen offenders and "problem solving" courts that address issues around criminal behavior like drug use and mental health. The Wisconsin Court System's budget is more than $115 million.