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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_of_Criminal_Appeals

Court of Criminal Appeals may refer to: Army Court of Criminal Appeals · Navy- Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals · Coast Guard Court of Criminal Appeals · Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals · Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals · Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals · Texas Court of Criminal Appeals ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_South_Wales_Court_of_Criminal_Appeal

The New South Wales Court of Criminal Appeal, part of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, is the highest court for criminal matters and has appellate jurisdiction in the Australian State of New South Wales. Contents. [hide]. 1 Jurisdiction; 2 Composition; 3 Caseload; 4 See also; 5 References; 6 External links ...

www.justice.gov/criminal/appellate-section

The Appellate Section prepares draft briefs and certiorari petitions for the Solicitor General for filing in the U.S. Supreme Court; makes recommendations to the Solicitor General as to whether further review is warranted on adverse decisions in the district courts and courts of appeals; and prepares briefs and argues cases in ...

www.americanbar.org/publications/criminal_justice_section_archive/crimjust_standards_crimappeals_blk.html

(a) The possibility of appellate review of trial court judgments should exist for every criminal conviction. It is undesirable to have any class of case in which such trial court determinations are unreviewable. (b) An appeal is not a necessary and integral part of every conviction. Ordinarily a decision to take an appeal is made by ...

www.oag.state.va.us/divisions/criminal-justice-public-safety/criminal-appeals

The Criminal Appeals Section handles an array of post-conviction litigation filed by state prisoners challenging their state convictions, including criminal appeals, state and federal habeas corpus proceedings, petitions for writs of actual innocence, and other extraordinary writs. The Section's Capital Unit defends against ...

criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-procedure/criminal-appeals-overview.html

An individual who has been convicted of a crime may appeal his or her case, asking a higher court to review certain aspects of the case for legal error, as to ... Anything else admitted into evidence, such as documents or objects, also becomes part of the record. ... Get Professional Legal Help With Your Criminal Appeal.

criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-procedure/criminal-appeals.html

A person who has been convicted of a crime has a number of options for seeking additional relief from the criminal justice system -- including filing an appeal to.

www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/3731

In a criminal case an appeal by the United States shall lie to a court of appeals from a decision, judgment, or order of a district court dismissing an indictment or information or granting a new trial after verdict or judgment, as to any one or more counts, or any part thereof, except that no appeal shall lie where the double ...

www.ncdoj.gov/Help-for-Victims/Crime-Victims/Criminal-Appeals-Process.aspx

In most cases, a criminal defendant has a right to appeal his or her conviction and sentence to the appellate courts of North Carolina. When may a ... When a copy of the Record arrives at the Attorney General's Office (usually within a week of mailing), the Appellate Section receives it and assigns the appeal to an attorney.