Legal System of Peru
HomeLegal System of Peru
Constitution of Peru
The Constitution of Peru is the supreme law of Peru. A Democratic Constitutional Congress (CCD) was elected in 1992, and the final text was approved in a 1993 referendum.
Government of Peru
- Peru Ministry of Justice and Human Rights: This is the Government Ministry that is responsible for advising the President of Peru in judicial matters and national prison system.
Law of Peru
- The Supreme Court of Peru is the top most and most powerful court of the country.
- The second level is composed of 28 superior courts, each of which has jurisdiction over a judicial district which are more or less synonymous to the 25 regions of Peru.
- The third level is formed by 195 courts of first instance (trial court), each of which has jurisdiction over a province.
- The fourth and lowest level is composed of 1,838 courts of peace, each with jurisdiction over a single district.