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Most legal matters have the ability, if the parties so choose, to be heard at a trial and decided by a judge or jury. For some, this can be a rewarding process, but for others it can be very scary, especially if the judge or jury reached the wrong decision. Fortunately, that decision may be appealed to a higher court to decide if the correct law or facts were applied in the case. If there was an error, the higher court will have to overturn the decision and send the case back down to the lower court to be reheard. There are time limits for when an appeal must be filed after a decision has been made, so it is important to consult an attorney as soon as possible if you believe the wrong decision was reached in your case.

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