Court of appeals refers to any court (state or federal) which hears appeals from judgments and rulings of trial courts or lower appeals courts.
A court hearing appeals from the decisions of lower courts.
A court that reviews the judgments of courts of original jurisdiction.
The 94 U.S. judicial districts are organized into 12 regional circuits, each of which is overseen by a United States Court of Appeals. Each court of appeals hears appeals from the district courts located within its circuit, as well as appeals from certain decisions of federal administrative agencies. Since very few cases are accepted by the Supreme Court, the courts of appeals are the final word on the vast majority of cases and legal issues throughout the country.
a court whose jurisdiction is to review decisions of lower courts or agencies
15 judges, elected statewide, make up this intermediate appellate court. Judges sit in rotating panels of three, and they hear appeals from the trial courts in all civil cases and all criminal cases except death penalty cases, and also hear appeals from certain state administrative agencies. Voters elect the judges in statewide, partisan elections for eight-year terms. Court Reporters - court personnel who record trial proceedings word-for-word. Reporters who use a stenotype machine must be able to write at least 225 spoken words per minute. Those who use a stenomask must be able to record 250 words a minute. If the case is appealed, the verbatim record must be transcribed promptly for the appellate court.
An "intermediate" appellate court between the Supreme Court and state trial courts. Final decisions from a Circuit or Probate Court hearing may be appealed to the Court of Appeals.
This court is established to review appeals from the trial court. It can affirm or overturn, in whole or in part, a trial court's decision. A party has a legal right to appeal any final decision of a superior court to the Court of Appeals.
A court that is higher than an ordinary trial court and has the function of reviewing or correcting the decisions of trial judges.
See Appellate court
Intermediate appellate court to which most appeals are taken from superior court.
The intermediate-level appellate court in Indiana. The Court of Appeals hears appeals of cases that have taken place in the trial court or administrative agencies. Criminal Case: A case brought by the government against a person accused of violating Indianaâ€™s criminal laws.
The name of the federal appellate court.
The intermediate appellate court that reviews decisions of the Superior Courts and exercises limited original jurisdiction.
Court of Appeals or (outside the U.S. and in some American states) Court of Appeal is the title of a court which has the power to consider or hear an appeal. A court of appeal is also a superior court.