The Kentucky Court of Justice is responsible for administering the judicial system in the state of Kentucky. Its main purpose is to ensure the fair and impartial administration of justice. This includes overseeing the circuit courts, district courts, and the Kentucky Court of Appeals. The court system handles various matters, including civil and criminal cases, family law, probate, and juvenile matters. The Kentucky Court of Justice also provides support services such as court interpreters, case management, and legal education.