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If a person has served an appeal to the supreme court then

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If a person has served an appeal to the supreme court then what documents are neeeded to be prepared on the defendant's side?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  socrateaser replied 1 year ago.

I assume you're in NY. If not, please tell me which state jurisdiction you're in and which court is the lower and higher court.

That said, the answer is: The appellee/respondent needs to review the record submitted by the appellant to the supreme court, and determine if any other evidence or transcripts from the record should be transmitted. If yes, then the appellee needs to tell the lower court clerk what additional evidence/transcripts must be transmitted, so that the court has the complete record of the case on appeal.

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