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"Their motions for dismissal have been denied by the Supreme court and the appellate court. Can they go higher?"
In New York, the trial Court is the Supreme Court and there is one in each County. If a litigant wants to appeal a decision of the Supreme Court, they will appeal to the Supreme Court Appellate Division. If a litigant wants to appeal from the decision o the Appellate Division, they will file an Appeal with the New York Court of Appeals which is the highest Court in New York.
I understand how it can be confusing because in all other States, the Supreme Court is the highest Court of the State. However, in New York State, the Supreme Court is the trial Court. Therefore, in Answer to your question, "Yes", they can appeal to one more level, the New York Court of Appeals,
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