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What is COURT OF APPEALS

In American law. An appellate tribunal which, in Kentucky, Maryland, the District of Columbia, and New York, is the court of last resort. In Delaware and New Jersey, It is known as the “court of errors and appeals;” in Virginia and West Virginia, the “supreme court of appeals.” In Texas the court of appeals Is inferior to the supreme court.

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