Appealing to the Highest Court in New York State? There’s a Specific Process to Follow

Appealing to the Highest Court in New York State? There’s a Specific Process to Follow | Liza Bobo

{1:58 minutes to read} An appeal is sought when you are dissatisfied with an order, judgment, or decision received in the Appellate Division’s First, Second, Third and Fourth Departments.

In New York State, if you are dissatisfied with the decision from the Appellate Division, you may appeal to the New York State Court of Appeals, which is the State’s highest court. For the purpose of today’s blog, we will discuss making an application via motion[1] for permission to appeal to the Court of Appeals. And if the motion is granted, preparing a Record on Appeal.

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