Right to appeal judicial decisions
- Gives individuals the right to appeal a judicial decision in a higher court if they are not satisfied with the outcome in the court of first instance. Does not necessarily require the appellate court to hear the case, but the mention of an appellate court may imply the power to appeal.
- Rights and Duties
- accused; criminal procedure
- Survey Questions
- Does the constitution mention the right to appeal ordinary court decisions to a higher court?
- Do defendants have the right to appeal judicial decisions?