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What happens in an Appeal?

An appeal of a lower court decision is a legal process by which a higher court is asked to
review the trial court's record and rule on the legal issues raised by the Appellant, the person
filing the appeal. All other parties in the case are the Appellees.

After the appropriate paperwork is filed in a timely manner (and sometimes after oral argument),
the Appellate Court will review the decision of the lower court to determine if an error occurred
during the case.

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