Pertaining to, or taking cognizance of, appeals.
A person or prosecuted for a crime. [Obs.] See Appellee.
of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals); "appellate court"
Appealed to; taking cognizance of appeals.
About appeals; an appellate court has the power to review the judgment of a lower court (trial court) or tribunal. For example, the U.S. circuit courts of appeals review the decisions of the U.S. district courts.
A court that hears cases appealed from lower courts. Some courts have both original jurisdiction (that is, cases may be tried first in the court) and appellate jurisdiction.
Relating to appeals; having power to decide appeals.
About appeals; an appellate court has the power to review the judgement of another lower court or tribunal.
adj. Capable of being appealed to.
One who appeals is called the appellant. An appellate court has the power to review the judgment of another lower court or tribunal. Attorneys - Lawyers representing the defendant or the government in a criminal case. An attorney representing the government in a criminal case is called the prosecuting or Commonwealth's attorney.
The party appealing a judgment or decision to a higher court.
The adjective that refers to appeals (e.g., an â€œappellateâ€ court is a court that handles appeals).
About appeals; an appellate court has the power to review the judgment of another lower court of tribunal.
Refers to courts which hear appeals for review of decisions rendered by a lower court. (LE)