- An appeal is a legal process where a case is presented to a court with greater authority to evaluate the decision of a lower court, with the purpose of showing the higher court that the verdict of the lower court was wrong
- To appeal a case entails carrying a decision made by a lower court to a court of superior jurisdiction for examination, suggesting that the lower court's decision was erroneous
- Appealing a case means presenting a verdict rendered by a lower court to a superior court so it can be reconsidered
- The defendant decided to appeal the decision due to the misunderstanding of facts in the initial judgment.
- A complex process, it often takes several months to prepare all necessary documents for an appeal.
- Because of the conviction's severity, the defense attorney was quick to file an appeal.