Earlier posts here and here described how to put together the record on appeal and how important it is to make sure that the record is complete. Last week, the South Carolina Supreme Court drove the point home. Continue reading
An earlier post explained that the party taking the appeal is responsible to make sure that the Record on Appeal is complete. The appellate courts will likely affirm the lower court ruling if the Appellant does not give the appellate courts an adequate record to review. Beverly S. v. Kayla R., 395 S.C. 399, 718 S.E.2d 224 (Ct.App. 2011).
This post covers how to prepare the Record. The next one discusses what the Record may and may not include. Continue reading