Appeal Court

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  • The Commission decided that the case should be referred back to the appeal court.
  • The case was therefore sent back to the appeal court.
  • Three years later, the appeal was heard by the appeal court, and it succeeded.
  • Once the appeals court was established, it needed a place to work and hear cases.
  • Another important change is the establishment of appeal courts for each province.
  • The case is currently making its way through the New York appeals courts.
  • They went into appeal, but the appeal court raised their sentence to six, and twelve months.
  • Anderson served as an active judge on the appeals court for seven years.
  • His sentence was later reduced to five years by an appeals court.
  • The case was tied up in the Appeals Court for over two years.
  • On this basis the appeals court said the decision of the district court was correct.
  • An appeals court eventually granted a stay in the order during the appeals process.
  • He vowed to continue his fight to have the case brought back to the appeal courts.
  • Most countries have systems of appeal courts, answering up to a supreme legal authority.
  • The advantage was a separate appeals court, of which the trial judge was not a member.
  • On the facts here there was no clear legislative intent and so the appeal court found no authority.
  • An appeal court later overturned the arms possession charge, but the other sentence remained.
  • He never defended himself during the trials, and never went in Appeal Court.
  • This court acted as a permanent appeal court for the State of Victoria.
  • State and Federal appeals courts denied a new trial based on the voice analysis.
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