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appellant

1. Law the party who appeals to a higher court from the decision of a lower tribunal
2. Law another word for appellate
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The appellant had been arrested after his brother attended a police station "in a distressed condition" and reported the incident to the police.
The incentives offered by Crown to the appellant included preferential treatment in the casino, an increased stakes limit, the use of a private jet and a cash 'rebate' of 20% on his losses.
Examples here would be if the local authority withdrew one or more of their reasons for refusing planning permission without good reason; or if the appellant withdraws the appeal when it cannot show there has been a material change of circumstances since the appeal was first made.
McLarthy and McLaughlin demonstrate that an appellant confronted with a conflict PCA has tools at his or her disposal to move the appellate court to resolve or certify the conflict.
The ultimate damages claimed by appellants include the inability to rebuild and remodel the nightclub, activities that would have been facilitated by payment of the proceeds of the building and personal property coverage that Western withheld.
sentence comparison argument at the CCA, an appellant bears the burden
5) In fact, as a result of a 1999 amendment, the would-be appellant gets an extra five days for ordinary mailing even if it was the would-be appellant who served the order or judgment by mail, (6) a provision that some might deem generous inasmuch as the would-be appellant need not, one would think, actually wait for the mail to arrive at its destination before reading the document that he or she is mailing.
The appellant was convicted of two specifications of absence without leave (AWOL) by a judge-alone general court-martial.
On June 21, 2002, the Appellant issued a document in German translated by the Appellant stating: "We hereby confirm that the contract of Mr.
Finally, there is the prospect that the HRA may very well order costs of several thousand pounds to be paid by the unsuccessful appellant.
When this evidence is considered along with the other evidence properly admitted at trial of events occurring at that location, the guilt of the appellant of the murder of Peter Falconio is established beyond reasonable doubt.
But unfortunately, Vidmar only chronicles the Appellant side of the debate.