After the appeals court decision the party that loses in a state or federal appeals court may appeal to the state supreme court or the us supreme court most states call their highest court supreme court though maryland and new york call theirs the court of appeals review in these courts however is discretionary with the court. After the appellate court decision is final the court will issue a remittitur a remittitur provides notice that the courts decision is final and the appeal is over and says if any party is allowed to recover some of the costs from the appeal. The court of appeals decision usually will be the final word in the case unless it sends the case back to the trial court for additional proceedings or the parties ask the us supreme court to review the case. In most cases the decision from this judge is final if the decision is against you you may have an opportunity to appeal the decision to the federal court of appeal if the judge thinks that your case raises important issues affecting other people as well the department of justice can do the same if the decision is against them. Family law appeals this guide is intended to provide some helpful information about family law appeals in the court of appeal for ontario please note that court administrative staff cannot provide legal advice or complete the documents to be filed on your appeal for you
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