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You may not win ... even when you should!

Judges make mistakes.

If a judge's mistake helps your opponent win or prevents you from winning, you may have to appeal.

Know how to file and proceed with your own appeal.

Know how to defend against your opponent's appeal.

Know what forms to use and when.

Know what to "say" in your forms and in what order.

Sample forms based on an actual case are included:

  • Notice of Appeal
  • Appellant's Initial Brief
  • Appellee's Answer Brief
  • Appellant's Reply Brief

An extract from the appellate court's decision on the appeal in this actual case is also included to give you an even clearer understanding of the appellate process and what the appellate courts are looking for when deciding who should win!

If you lose and must appeal, or if you win and your opponent files an appeal against you, know how to win your appeal.

Use this case-winning procedure course to win your case!

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