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If a prosecutor tells the judge he would like to appeal the

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If a prosecutor tells the judge he would like to appeal the decision of the court, and the judge tells him there will be no appeal, can the prosecutor appeal later
Alex Watts :

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Alex Watts :

Is this a civil or criminal matter please?

Customer:

Civil

Alex Watts :

Yes

Alex Watts :

If permission to appeal was refused at the hearing you can still apply

Alex Watts :

1) You can seek permission to appeal on the papers

Alex Watts :

2) If this is refused then you can ask at an oral hearing

Alex Watts :

So yes you can still appeal

Alex Watts :

Can I clarify anything about this today please?

Customer:

Thank you

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