The mission of the District Court of the Virgin Islands is to be a leader in serving the people of our community by providing impartial, cost-effective, timely and accessible administration of justice to all; and by treating all persons with integrity, fairness and respect.
The District Court of the Virgin Islands (in case citations, D.V.I.) is a United States territorial court with jurisdiction over federal and diversity actions in the United States Virgin Islands, a United States territory and more specifically an insular area that is an unincorporated organized territory.Appeals to: Third Circuit.
The Superior Court has broad jurisdiction in addressing the legal needs of the Virgin Islands community. The Court hears all local trial matters including civil, criminal, family, probate, landlord-tenant, small claims and traffic.It also acts as a court of appeals for decisions of all governmental officers and agencies.
Mission of the Superior Court. It is the mission of the Superior Court of the Virgin Islands to protect the rights and liberties of all, interpret and uphold the law, and resolve disputes promptly peacefully, fairly and effectively in the United States Virgin Islands.
The District Court would like to announce that the following positions are open on the island of St. Thomas: Generalist Supervisor, Chief Deputy Clerk, Space and Facilities Specialist and an opportunity for Student Interns.