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Appellate Glossary
NameDescription
Case SummaryYou can get a summary of your case. All you need is your case number.
Tentative Rulings - AppellateYou can search by case number or location for tentative rulings made in appellate cases.
Appeal When someone who lost a case, or part of a case, asks a higher court to decide if the lower court made a legal mistake. An appeal is not a new trial. In appeals, the parties cannot present new evidence or new witnesses. The appellate court only reviews the record from the lower court to decide if a legal mistake was made in the original trial.
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