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10th Circuit: Sentence of imprisonment is final judgment although restitution issues remain open

Michelle Paup was convicted in a jury trial in federal magistrate court of theft of government property of less than $1,000 for shoplifting at an exchange store on an air force base in Colorado. She appealed to the district court, … Continue reading

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Opponents of subdivision may appeal from either preliminary or final approval of plat, says NM Court of Appeals

Normally, appeals may only taken from final orders or decisions — i.e. those orders or decisions that resolve all of the issues in a case. ¬†Appellate courts don’t usually hear appeals from non-final orders, because a non-final order could be … Continue reading

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