motion for appropriate relief

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This paper discusses the kinds of cases in which a trial judge is required to make findings of fact and conclusions of law.
This paper explains the rule that one trial judge may not modify, alter or overrule the decision of another trial judge on a matter of law. It explains the circumstances under which a second judge may alter the ruling of a first judge on a matter of discretion.
This chapter discusses the jurisdiction of a trial judge to hear matters in a case after notice of appeal has been given.
This section discusses correcting errors sua sponte after entry of judgment in a criminal case.