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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 Board has also repeatedly emphasized that interlocutory review is discretionary, and that "the scope within which such discretion should be exercised is extremely narrow.
Under Rule 183 (formerly 182) as it was formulated in 1973, the Tax Court's review of the special trial judge's report was a transparent process.
Alliance Ground System Program Review -- June 14, 2005
Transparency of peer review results also is consistent with the profession's hallmark of competence.
A 1999 Education Policy Institute study claimed "no credible evidence that peer review results in a higher level of teacher competence in peer review districts.
My graduate seminar in African American literature was warmly introduced to the fine publication Black Issues Book Review.
Nonetheless, many states rewrote their isolation and quarantine laws to provide varying levels of mandatory judicial review, in some cases requiring that a person be provided counsel and an opportunity for a trial before detention.
For us to maintain a viable and well-respected peer-reviewed journal for professional school counseling, it is imperative that the rigor of the review process be maintained and that all published manuscripts have been properly reviewed.
A compilation of book reviews on the major works of Langston Hughes is a labyrinthine undertaking.
They report their findings directly to the Medical Case Review Committees or the Surgical Case Review Committee, whichever is appropriate, instead of to the Medical Records Committee.
Police officers often believe that review boards are anticop.