The Court of Beauchemin was the court system of the Republic of Beauchemin during its short existence between 19 November 1901 (when the Constitution was enacted) and 15 March 1910. The Court consisted of five justices, one of which was the Chief Justice. The Court was responsible for interpreting the law as passed by the National Assembly and adjudicating civil disputes and criminal prosecutions.
The Court only ever had one bench, as nominated by President ___ and confirmed by the first National Assembly. It consisted of Chief Justice ___, Justice ___, Justice ___, Justice ___ and Justice ___. The ___ Bench had several landmark decisions which subsequently were voided by the Kingdom's 1913 Constitution, however, the courts of Washingtonia continued to use them as persuasive authority and subsequently used judgments in new precedents.