In the State of New York State, for instance, the Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state and the court of last resort within the State. Only questions of federal law can be appealed from there to the Supreme Court.
In New Mexico, the Court of Appeals is the intermediate appellate court between county jurisdictions and the state's Supreme Court.
In Nevada, there is no Court of Appeals. Cases are appealed directly from District (county) Courts to the state's Supreme Court.
In Germany, with civil and criminal cases, the highest court in a hierarchy of appellate courts is the Bundesgerichtshof[?]. The other branches of the German judicial branch for social, labor, and administrative cases each have their own appellate systems. The Bundesgerichtshof is distinct from the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany, which only performs judicial review, although both courts are located in Karlsruhe.