But members of Christopher Lalchan’s family say they were “robbed” of justice by the appellate court and by prosecutors who chose not to retry Diana Lalchan.
“Because the dog owners failed to negate every conceivable basis for the ordinance’s rationality, the ordinance satisfies rational basis review and substantive due process analysis. The judgment is affirmed,” the appellate court’s opinion reads.
The study, based on confidential, in-depth interviews with 50 federal appellate judges, found that the vast majority take diversity into account in their clerkship hiring.
该研究基于对 50 名联邦上诉法官的保密、深入访谈，发现绝大多数法官在聘用文员时都考虑到了多样性。
of or relating to or taking account of appeals (usually legal appeals)
The adjective appellate is good for talking about the legal process for hearing appeals. An appellate court of law mainly deals with people attempting to reverse legal decisions.
After a defendant has been convicted of a crime, she has the opportunity to appeal that decision, or apply to have her case re-tried. The judge who would hear this new case is called an appellate judge, and the court in which the case would be heard is an appellate court. The word appellate is a legal way to say "relating to appeals," and its root is the Latin appellare, "to address, appeal to, or summon."
被告被定罪后，她有机会对该决定提出上诉，或申请重审她的案件。审理这个新案件的法官称为上诉法官，审理此案的法院是上诉法院。 appellate 一词是“与上诉有关”的合法说法，其词根是拉丁文 appellare，意为“解决、上诉或传唤”。
I had to go back to an appellate court in California and argue to get that sentence replaced with a reasonable sentence.
—Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson
“What they said is already under oath on paper,” said David Erickson, a former state appellate judge who teaches at Chicago Kent College of Law.
“他们所说的话已经在纸上宣誓了，”在芝加哥肯特法学院任教的前州上诉法官戴维·埃里克森 (David Erickson) 说。
—2 brothers threaten to stop cooperating in Smollett case by DON BABWIN
The lawyers have presented numerous legal briefs on the issue and took the case to a California appellate court which, while making no order, suggested it was time for the marathon case to be resolved.
—Polanski lawyers say extradition request is unfair by ???
appellate (adj.)"pertaining to appeals," 1726, from Latin appellatus, past participle of appellare "appeal to" (see appeal (v.)).Related entries & more
appellate (adj.)“与上诉有关”，1726 年，来自拉丁语 appellatus，appellare 的过去分词“上诉”（参见 appeal (v.)）。相关条目及更多
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