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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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Michael Higginbottom - granted the right to appeal against his conviction
'There was no need to amend the jurisdiction used by the Supreme Court in matters of public interest,' he had said and added, 'The right to appeal can be counterproductive, creating unnecessary delays.'
Failing to do so, the right to appeal is lost,' the DOJ added.
Addressing an event for European Justice Day at the Supreme court entitled The Right of Appeal, the minister said the law, which brought back the right to appeal civil decisions, both final and interim, without exceptions or limitations had the reverse effect.
Member of Parliament Ahmed Mortada Mansour, candidate for the Free Egyptians party, said he has the right to appeal the court decision on his dismissal, in a press conference on Wednesday.
ISLAMABAD -- Supreme Court (SC) has rejected the petition in connection with grant of right to appeal to those convicted by military courts and those who were court martialled remarking the aggrieved party can resort to constitutional courts.
So he is right to appeal just as the FA should have done against the independent commission's decision not to pursue the complaint against Mourinho (right) in the Carneiro incident any further.
The court dismissed the applicants' right to appeal, the Zain Group said on Sunday.
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If the team in the field throws him out, they lose the right to appeal and the run scores.
A Kansas law that took effect July 1 gives property owners the right to appeal their property valuations to the District Court, taking away the final say from the Kansas Court of Tax Appeals.