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Appeal

A request to a higher court to review a previously completed criminal or civil case. In general, only one of the parties involved in the original case may appeal it.
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Vil, such orders can be a "trap for the unwary" because they can have a devastating effect on the timing for a notice of appeal.
In its ruling, the court held that the deadline for filing a notice of appeal with the Veterans Court can be modified for good cause.
3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --AmBase Corporation ("AmBase" or the "Company")(OTC Bulletin Board: ABCP); on December 29, 2011, the Department of Justice ("DOJ"), on behalf of the United States of America, filed a Notice of Appeal to the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit from the judgment in No.
Now Judge John Milford, at Newcastle Crown Court, has said he is satisfied the notice of appeal was lodged in time and said the appeal should be heard.
Notice of Appeal At the outset, lawyers must understand that the deadline for filing a notice of appeal is jurisdictional--subject to a narrow exception in federal court only.
Jewell has filed a notice of appeal to the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals at St.
Madonna's lawyer, Alan Chinula, lodged a notice of appeal against the decision earlier this month.
An appellee may cross-appeal by serving a notice within 10 days of service of the appellant's timely filed notice of appeal or within the time prescribed in [begin strikethrough]subdivision (b) of this rule[end strikethrough] for filing a notice of appeal, whichever is later.
Attorney General Bob McDonnell filed a notice of appeal of U.
Federal public defender Kathy Nester filed a notice of appeal.
Section (a)(1) of the amended rule provides that a notice of appeal filed after the court announces a decision, but before the entry of the judgment or order, is to be treated as filed on the date of and after the entry of the judgment or order.
Filing the Notice of Appeal (or setting out the appeal in a letter) costs $100 under the informal procedure, unless the Court waives this fee on the basis that it would cause severe financial hardship to the individual.

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