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n. - The party who asks for a retrial based on a decision of a lower court adj. - Of or relating to or taking account of a legal proceeding by which a case is brought from a lower to a higher court for rehearing

Usage examples (36)
  • As to the written evidence submitted by the appellant, much of this is irrelevant and none has been tested.
  • The 76-year-old appellant is married and the father of two minors.
  • Defence counsel did not call the appellant nor adduce any defence evidence.
  • The facts, as presented, suggest that the appellant was the unwitting user of counterfeit currency. for more
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