Appellate Law

Recognizing Other Sources of Delay for Appellate Courts

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, The Legal Intelligencer

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From time to time, this column has discussed the efficiency of appellate courts in deciding cases that are ready for resolution. While recognizing the importance of that consideration — given that deciding appeals is the main reason appellate courts exist — it is also useful to acknowledge that there are various other considerations for which appellate courts are not directly responsible that can significantly delay an appellate court's resolution of an appeal.

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