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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 most promising method to alter the rules of appealability for denials of motions to dismiss for FNC is through direct Supreme Court action.
can sometimes lead to a constitutional decision that is effectively insulated from review."); see also Jeffries, supra note 29, at 127 ("[T]he most serious problem [with two-step sequencing] concerns appealability. The defendant who loses on the merits but prevails on qualified immunity may face difficulty securing appellate review.").
The district court denied Hartfield's petition, reasoning that federal courts do not reach the merits of speedy-trial claims on pretrial habeas review absent "special circumstances." However, the court issued Hartfield a certificate of appealability as to whether "special circumstances" are present in this case.
In so holding, the Appellate Division rejected Facebook's request that the court treat the warrants as civil subpoenas for appealability purposes.
Regardless of appealability, administrative discretion is not and never can be 'complete' because it is always bounded by the requirement that an agency act within the law and not violate constitutional safeguards."
Virginia the Supreme Court cited the dissenting justices of the Virginia Supreme Court, who had written that "the imposition of the sentence of death upon a defendant who has a mental age of a child of 9-12 is excessive" and "incredulous as a matter of law." (328) More recently, in March (2015), Judge Beverly Martin of the Eleventh Circuit wrote in dissent that a defendant's claim--that his "mental and emotional age of less than eighteen prohibits his execution"--satisfied the certificate of appealability standard mandated under federal habeas law.
In Thaler, the Court considered whether the requirement that a certificate of appealability (COA) indicate the issue on which an appellant had shown the denial of a constitutional right was jurisdictional.
The appeals court held that the prisoner was not required to seek a certificate of appealability (COA) before appealing the denial of his petition for habeas relief.
Kachanova, "Dynamics and structure of emergency medical aid appealability of the child population with the allergic disease in the Khabarovsk territory," Health Care of the Far East, vol.
"Statistics are not always impersonal, because factor of appealability exists.
Of the two definitions, the appealability of claim-specific orders spawns much more confusion and uncertainty.
(98) In agreement, the Eleventh Circuit issued a certificate of appealability. (99)