What kinds of cases are appealed to the Court of Appeals?

Published 03/17/2015 08:00 AM   |    Updated 12/06/2016 10:32 PM
What kinds of cases are appealed to the Court of Appeals?

The Court of Appeals hears both civil and criminal appeals. It does not hear appeals of criminal cases if the sentence is death or life-without-parole, nor does it hear cases involving taxation or attorney discipline. Most other cases are appealed first to the Court of Appeals.

The court issues more than 2,500 opinions annually. For more information on the Court of Appeals, please visit http://courts.in.gov/appeals/.
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