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 chapter discusses the jurisdiction of a trial judge to hear matters in a case after notice of appeal has been given.
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 section discusses correcting errors sua sponte after entry of judgment in a criminal case.