January 29 2013

Legal Vocabulary: Appellate vs Appellant

Appellate is defined as “having the power to review the judgment of another tribunal.” An appellant is “one that appeals from a judicial decision or decree.”

Machine Briefs:
Option #1: appellate= AEPT
Option #2: appellate= A/PEL/AT
Option #3: appellate= A/PEL/A*T
Option #4: appellate= A/PEL/LAT

Option #1: appellant= LANT
Option #2: appellant= A/PEL/ANT
Option #3: appellant= A/PEL/A*NT
Option #4: appellant= A/PEL/LANT

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Posted January 29, 2013 by Elsie Villega in category "Briefs", "Legal", "Vocabulary

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