Court of Special Appeals

Definition of "Court of Special Appeals"
  1. An intermediate-level court that reviews verdicts and decisions from lower courts within the state of Maryland
How to use "Court of Special Appeals" in a sentence
  1. After losing the case at the trial court, they decided to take the matter to the Court of Special Appeals.
  2. The Court of Special Appeals reversed the lower court's decision after uncovering some procedural errors.
  3. An individual unsatisfied with a ruling from a Maryland trial court may seek a review from the Court of Special Appeals.

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