direct review

Definition of "direct review"
  1. The examination of a case that is achieved by regular appellate procedures, not by an indirect or secondary challenge
How to use "direct review" in a sentence
  1. After the trial court's ruling, the defendant's lawyer sought a direct review instead of pursuing an indirect route.
  2. The attorney pursued a direct review of the case, adhering to the standard appellate methods.
  3. Instead of collateral attack, the counsel opted for a direct review of their case in the appellate court.

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