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right of appeal in Law topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishright of appealˌright of apˈpeal noun (plural rights of appeal) [countable]  lawSCT the legal right to ask for a court’s decision to be changed
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right of appealA further right of appeal to higher Courts on interpretation of the law, would also be desirable.While supporting change to allow the Crown the right of appeal against too lenient sentences, I would advocate another change.The party has the right of appeal to the Secretary of State who is the final arbiter.The right of appeal depended on reference being made to the pope.The right of appeal on questions of fact was introduced in 1874, but restricted after 1885.Do not be deterred from exercising your right of appeal by the belief that the outcome will be a foregone conclusion.