Former  Prosecutors

Committed.  Passionate.  Relentless.

What are the procedures of an appeal?

The issue of an appeal is actually whether the law was executed properly by the justice and whether the decision that the justice arrived at was the one that the justice was entitled to make. It is not really a repeated trial of the case. No new evidence or witnesses are brought before the appeal court, except in very limited special instances. Rather, legal arguments are submitted arguing the fairness and correctness of the final decision and the application of the law based on the existing evidence.