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Trial Court vs. Appellate Court: What is the Difference?

Written by Noel Sterett on December 8, 2019 Category: Appellate and Constitutional Law

Appellate courts differ from trial courts in several very important ways. Attorney Noel Sterett explains the differences.

For example, he covers how the role of judges and juries differs between trial and appellate courts, how evidence is utilized in each and the purpose of a trial court and an appellate court.

Sterett is co-leader of the Appellate and Constitutional Law practice at Dalton & Tomich. Contact him at 313.859.6000 of click here.

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