1.Generally a party has the right to appeal any judgment to at least one higher court.
2.He applied for judicial review by way of certiorari.
3.He has appealed to the Supreme Court.
4.He lost his appeal to the House of Lords.
5.The appeal court dismissed the appeal by way of case stated.
6.The appeal court overrode the decision of the lower court.
7.The appeal court quashed the verdict.
8.The appeal court reduced the fine imposed by the magistrates and released the sentence to seven year's imprisonment.
9.The Appeal Court rejected the appeal on a technicality.
10.The appeal from the court order will be heard next month.
11.The appeal judge held that the defendant was not in breach of his statutory duty.
12.The appeal was adjourned for affidavits to be obtained.
13.The appeal was rejected by the House of Lords.
14.The applicant sought judicial review to quash the bin-dover order.
15.The Bill proposes that any party to the proceedings may appeal.
16.The Court of Appeal has confirmed the judge's decision.
17.The Court of Appeal ordered a retrial.
18.The applicant sought judicial review to quash the order.
19.The litigants may appeal against a judgment or a ruling derived from the retrial.
20.We will appeal the decision to a higher court.