Prepares draft opinions supporting the decisions of the court as directed by the judge or commissioner, may prepare draft dissents. Prepares memoranda on motions to modify and motions for reconsideration. May assume bailiff duties for a division of the Court of Appeals. Performs other duties as required.Which courts can appeals be heard?
If the original case was heard in the District or Supreme Court, the appeal is heard in the Court of Appeal. Some appeals require the Court of Appeal to give leave to appeal before the court can hear the appeal. If the original case was heard in the Magistrates Court, the appeal is heard in the District Court.What are the 12 courts of Appeals?
United States Court of Appeals. The United States has 94 judicial circuits, above which there are 12 regional Courts of Appeals: District of Columbia Circuit, for Washington, D.C.; First Circuit, for Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Puerto Rico; Second Circuit, for Vermont, Connecticut, and New York; Third Circuit,...