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    Hey, I've recently been given some questions as part of one of my modules and one of the questions is asking about 'Interlocutory Appeal" and we have not even touched on this, I have found a few things on the internet but they make it sound confusing, so if anyone has any ideas it would be a great help!
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    Its an Appeal of a decision made by before the main trial has concluded. Judges may make decisions before the end of proceedings on all sorts of things - e.g. procedural matters ("I want more time to file my defence" ) and jurisdictional matters ("I don't think you have jurisdiction over me" ).
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    Thanks so much that's alot of help!
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    Does anyone have any examples or case examples of an interlocutory appeal?
 
 
 
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