the process of asking a higher court to decide whether a trial was conducted properly
ex post facto law
a law that makes an act a crime after the crime has been committed
rights guaranteed or belonging to a person
the principle that the government has to provide a cause or reason for holding a person in jail
the principle that decisions from the courts are fair and impartial and are not influenced by the other branches of government
a court decision in an earlier case with facts and legal issues similar to those in a case currently before a court
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