The appellate process' requirements and quirks generally vary based on the type of case being tried, with slight differences existing between civil cases and criminal cases. Paralegals who work in a litigation capacity should understand the key differences between civil and criminal litigation, and they should be aware of their responsibilities during the original case, when preparing for appeal, and when actually trying the appellate case before a panel of judges. Proper preparation and legal assistance will ensure the best possible outcome at all levels of litigation and appeal, ensuring plaintiffs and defendants are properly exposed to due process and a fair trial.
- Learn who can file an appeal.
- Review how to lay the groundwork for a successful appeals case.
- Understand the role of the paralegal during the appellate process.
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