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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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The House Report reaffirmed this textual interpretation, specifically declaring its desire for the amendment to "expand the appealability of interlocutory determinations by the courts of appeals.
In one, the appellant filed a counseled application for a certificate of appealability, which was denied.
As an overriding principle, appellate courts will construe matters to limit immediate appealability.
The district court denied Hohn's motion, and also denied his request for a certificate of appealability, which was required under a new federal law to appeal the denial of a petition for habeas corpus.
be somewhat muddled, the guidelines with respect to the appealability of
1969 (1998) (Supreme Court can review denial of application for certificate of appealability in [sections] 2255 cases by writ of certiorari); Stewart v.
Though the nuances of the appealability of nonfinal orders are somewhat complicated, the situation was further clarified by the Fourth District Court of Appeal in Remington v.
Although the Supreme Court has never addressed the issue, it certainly appears that the Court treats an application for a certificate of appealability (COA) under 28 U.
1985); see generally Thomas, supra note 82, at [section] 3 (discussing the appealability of conditional dismissals and citing to, inter alia, Union Carbide).
200 (1994): recommends that the Supreme Court exercise its rulemaking authority to define appealability for interlocutory appeals.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: The court first addressed the plaintiffs argument that TUH's appeal was not properly before the court because "the question of appealability implicates the jurisdiction of the court.