OpenStudy (anonymous):

How is an appeals court different than a traditional federal court?

OpenStudy (anonymous):

an appeal court is when the defendant or plaintiff is not happy with the results of the case , so they ask for a retrial in a higher court of law. A traditional federal court of law, you have a defendant and a plaintiff, fighting against each other civilly over an issue

OpenStudy (anonymous):

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