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When was the denial of the motion?
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The denial of such a motion is an issue that can be raised on appeal, see
but an appeal can generally only be taken from a final judgment, not from a court order.
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Courts abuse their discretion every day but not every order they make is appealable.
Yes abuse of discretion is a basis to reverse such an order but the order itself is not separately appealable from the final judgment other than by permission.