What is Appellate Practice?

Appellate practice refers to the branch of the law that allows reviews of judgments made in trial courts. The appellate court will review the judgment made in the previous court and correct errors that may have been committed, develop the laws, and help maintain uniformity throughout the court system. There are different arguments that can be made on appeal than those made during a trial. Some legal practices specialize in appeals.

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