A case appealed from a lower court fall under appellate jurisdiction
Appellate Jurisdiction is the powers of the court to hear cases from the lower courts. They can change the decision of the lower court. The cases which are decided in district courts cases can be appealed in the circuit courts. Circuit court cases can be appealed in Supreme Court. .Once the decisions are made by the Supreme Court the case cannot be appealed further. The right to appeal is not guaranteed in the Constitution. The appellant needs to “show cause” the cases and the cases that have failed in application of the laws properly or follow legal procedures. The standards are decided by the Appellate court to determine the rightness of the decision of the lower court’ that is based on the fact that whether the appeal for the case is on the premises of substantive facts or on the basis of an incorrect application in the legal process which results in the disaffirmation of due processof law. The right to appeal is mentioned in Charter of Magna Carta of England. There is a hierarchy in court system, in which circuit courts have appellate jurisdiction in district courts and the Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction over Circuit Courts.
1. On a production possibility curve, data points that fall outside of the curve represent an inefficient allocation of resources. a balanced allocation of resources. ideal production. a currently unattainable production? brainly.com/question/3147939
2. Do the events surrounding the election of 2000 justify changes to the electoral college? explain why you think it does or why you think it does not in a well-written paragraph with at least three reasons? brainly.com/question/3953965
Grade: High School
Subject: Political Science
Keywords: Right to appeal, show cause, substantive fact, due process of law, English Magna Carta of 1215