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  • Info In law, an appeal is a process for requesting a formal change to an official decision. more...
  • This assembly passed most laws, and could also act as a court of appeal.
  • Police have the last word on the matter, and there is no court appeal possible.
  • All parties must present grounds to appeal, or it will not be heard.
  • The parties later settled the case out-of-court prior to an appeal going to trial.
  • They often lost out at the box office to movies with more mass appeal.
  • And so with many different appeals John told his good news to the people.
  • Two of the most popular sports with global appeal are association football and cricket.
  • Police have the last word on the matter, and there is appeal possible, to police captain only.
  • She found the stone much more appealing in this new modern style.
  • It also served as the highest court of appeal in certain judicial cases.
  • The newspaper appealed and the case began working through the court system.
  • Washington continued with the party-line primary system while appealing the case.
  • There is also an appeals process, but it has never been used.
  • He covered the appeal and second trial, and also developed material from a background investigation.
  • The Supreme Court is the highest court of order and the final court of appeal.
  • What he appealed to most was the great American love of results.
  • A fund was set up through an appeal in a German magazine.
  • However each trial party can appeal against a verdict in the first instance.
  • This allows her to take a more active and appealing role in the series.
  • It was a religious movement that appealed to many of its time.
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Meaning of appeal

  • noun Attractiveness that interests or pleases or stimulates
    his smile was part of his appeal to her
  • noun (law) a legal proceeding in which the appellant resorts to a higher court for the purpose of obtaining a review of a lower court decision and a reversal of the lower court's judgment or the granting of a new trial
    their appeal was denied in the superior court
  • verb Take a court case to a higher court for review
    He was found guilty but appealed immediately
  • verb Request earnestly (something from somebody); ask for aid or protection
    appeal to somebody for help, Invoke God in times of trouble
  • verb Challenge (a decision)
    She appealed the verdict