FAQ - Appealing to an Appellate Court

Will my appeal be heard with oral argument?

The court may schedule oral argument on its own or if one of the individuals timely requests it and the court agrees that oral argument might be helpful in deciding the case. The court generally favors oral argument if there is any doubt about whether it will be useful. An exception to this rule is special actions, in which oral argument is generally not granted.

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