- appellate division,
- appellation contrôlée,
Origin of appellate
Examples from the Web for appellate
The appellate drama that eventually set Kelly Michaels free had its own bizarre twist.How the ‘Witch Hunt’ Myth Undermined American Justice|Jason Berry|July 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And Christie, it should be noted, is himself a securities and appellate lawyer.
We found another seven cases since 2000 in which New York appellate courts overturned mental disability terminations.
To be sure, cracks are likely to appear as the cases progress through the appellate process.Even Conservative Judges Can’t Deny the Constitutional Logic of Same-Sex Marriage|Margo Schlanger|May 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nencini decided that the appellate court that set Knox free erred in evidentiary and legal matters.
From this decision Mr. Peyton shortly afterwards appealed to the Circuit Court, then the appellate tribunal in such cases.Memoir of John Howe Peyton|Various
Tribute in the shape of annates went next; the appellate jurisdiction was now to follow.The Divorce of Catherine of Aragon|J.A. Froude
It cannot bring a case before us in such a manner that we can exercise any kind of appellate jurisdiction in it.Atrocious Judges|John Campbell, Baron Campbell
Tell him, if you like that all Tammany can't boost him on to the appellate bench if I go after him.Destiny|Charles Neville Buck
The beginnings of an appellate jurisdiction in the cases of clerics and laymen may be traced before the conversion of the Empire.
Word Origin for appellate
"pertaining to appeals," 1726, from Latin appellatus, past participle of appellare (see appeal). Appellate jurisdiction is in Blackstone (1768).