court of appeal


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Court of Appeal

n
(Law) a branch of the Supreme Court of Judicature that hears appeals from the High Court in both criminal and civil matters and from the county and crown courts
Translations

court of appeal

ncorte d'appello
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He ordered also that there should be a particular court of appeal, into which all causes might be removed which were supposed to have been unjustly determined elsewhere; which court should be composed of old men chosen for that purpose.
The unfortunate artist had no court of appeal that he could turn to.
Your notion of turning yourself into a Court of Appeal for a new Trial of Eustace, and forcing the world to pronounce a just verdict on him.
I am the last and highest court of appeal in detection.
But at last the High Court of Appeal went into it and the poor fellow was acquitted and put under proper care.
You see me now when my name has become known far and wide, and when I am generally recognized both by the public and by the official force as being a final court of appeal in doubtful cases.
The same legislative branch acts again as executive council of the governor, and with him constitutes the Court of Appeals.
The judgment of the Court of Appeal which was affirmed by the apex court on Friday had held that Metuh's appeals failed to comply with the constitutional requirement.
Three judges have been appointed deputy presidents of the high Sharia Court of Appeal (Sunni section), two judges at the High Sharia Court of Appeal (Sunni Section) and one at the High Sharia Court (Sunni Section - category "A").
Justice Margaret Grignon, a former Lancaster Superior Court and Antelope Municipal Court judge, retired from the Court of Appeal in December.
But Raj Arnand, the lawyer who represented the four, cautioned that single women may still lose their benefits within three months of living with someone else because when the Court of Appeal struck down the ruling, the province responded by introducing a new rule, which allowed welfare recipients to cohabit with someone for three months before having their benefits reassessed.
8) the court of appeals reversed a chancery decision and held that JCPNB did not have substantial nexus with Tennessee.