Appellate Courts in the United States (American Casebook Series)
Edition: 2nd ed., 2006
This Appellate Courts in the United States includes purposes and functions served by appellate courts; the evolution of American appellate courts; the problem posed by, and the appellate courts' responses to, the late 20th-century "crisis of volume" in appeals; one- and two-level appellate systems and their relationships; structures and procedures for maintaining consistency in legal doctrine; personnel involved in appellate decisions; procedures of appellate courts; changes in internal decisionals in response to appellate growth; proposals for restructuring appellate courts and modifying their jurisdiction, and procedures to enable them to function effectively amidst an ever-increasing volume of appeals.
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|Edition||2nd ed., 2006|