- A request by a party for a higher or appellate court to review a lower or trial court’s decisions regarding questions of fact. In Washington State, district court cases may be appealed to the superior court, superior court cases may be appealed to the Court of Appeals, Court of Appeals cases are subject to a petition for review to the Washington State Supreme Court, and a small number of Washington State Supreme Court cases are subject to a writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court. In the federal court system, United States District Court cases may be appealed to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the circuit in which the district court is located, and United States Circuit Court of Appeals cases are subject to a petition for review to the United States Supreme Court, where only a very small percentage are accepted for review.
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