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Q: Who wrote the us supreme court's majority opinion in the 1973 miller v California case?
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How many trial courts are there in California?

If you mean federal circuit courts of appeal, there is one: the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which includes California along with Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington. See the first related link below. If you mean California state courts, there are no circuit courts in California. The only types of courts in California are Supreme Court, Courts of Appeals, and Superior Courts. There is one California Supreme Court and six Courts of Appeal. See the second related link below. Superior Courts are the trial courts. There is a Superior Court in each of the 58 counties, but many counties have more than one location where Supreme Court is held, so there are actually over 300 separate Superior Court locations. The third related link below, CourtReference Guide to California Courts, has location information for all California trial courts (and has the same info for every state).