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REVERSAL RATES IN CASES CONSIDERED ON DISCRETIONARY REVIEW by JASON NEMES
REVERSAL RATES IN CASES CONSIDERED ON DISCRETIONARY REVIEW By Hon. Jason Nemes One of the most frequent questions I am asked by attorneys preparing a motion for discretionary review is whether their case, if reviewed, is likely to be affirmed or reversed. While it is difficult to predict particular cases, the statistics [...]
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