Definition of "cross-appeal"
  1. A situation where the respondent in an appeal presents a case against the person who initially appealed
How to use "cross-appeal" in a sentence
  1. The judge granted the plaintiff's request for a cross-appeal.
  2. The defense attorney prepared diligently for the cross-appeal process.
  3. The cross-appeal drastically changed the dynamic of the ongoing lawsuit.

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