what facts lead to the appeal? And, what was the issue on appeal? Also, what are your thoughts on the how the court ruled? Would you have ruled the same? Among the various cases that are taken to the law court, some of them get dropped or dismissed, while other complainants lose the cases. The only way to press on finding the much craved for justice is by going through a lawful procedure of filing a case in the court of appeal. It is not in all cases that the losing party has the right to appeal since some of them do not qualify on legal basis. If the case was civil, the losing party can file an appeal to the high court (Ehrhardt, 2000). There are three reasons why a complainant can file an appeal include the verdict being unreasonable or having no enough convincing evidence. In a case where the judge makes a law error, and in cases where there exists justice miscarriage on any basis.
Nonetheless, there are various procedures followed in filing cases of appeal, which are legal and lawful. The appellant, appealing party or rather the petitioner starts by filing a notice of appeal. This is usually accompanied by a brief argument explaining the case being appealed. The appellee is required by the law to respond (Yager, 1981). As dictated by the briefing argument presented, the case can qualify hearing in the court of appeal if the judge in the responsible courts finds it to be sensible. A good example of cases appealed in the state courts of Florida include the Christopher Chuchian and Kristen Chuchian, who are appellants, against the Sirus Investment, LLE, who were the appellees (Bert-Seligon, 2017). This duo decided to file the case following the foreclosure of their case by the trial court. In this case, the court had awarded the company $118, 323.12 as principle, which was an error. This led to bleaching of agreements that were made between the clients and the bank. In such a case, the court would not hurry in making decision to dismiss the case and instead, it would have listened to the complainant keenly before dismissing the case.
Bert-Seligon, S. (2017). The bilingual courtroom: Court interpreters in the judicial process. University of Chicago Press.
Ehrhardt, C. W. (2000). Florida Evidence (Vol. 1) West Group.
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