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A brief explanation of how to take an appeal to the Court of Appeals follows. This explanation is a guide only and does not replace the need to consult pertinent statutes and other authority governing the appeals process in this Court. Only judgments or orders...
I was recently asked by a client whether the Appellate Division, First Department would permit him to include a photograph within the text of his brief. Specifically, he wanted to “paint a picture” of a scene which was completely relevant rather than just describe the...
When Must a Notice of Appeal be Filed or Motion for Leave to Appeal be Made in a Civil Appeal in AT2?
In most civil cases, a notice of appeal must be served upon the adverse parties and filed in the court where your case originated within 30 days after service upon the appellant of a copy of the judgment or order to be appealed with written notice of its entry, except...
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