3.0309 Appeals.

Cite as [A.S.C.A. § 3.0309 ]

Final decisions of the District Court may be appealed to the High Court. Upon appeal, cases or controversies in which there is a stenographic record are considered by the appellate division of the High Court for review of the findings of fact and conclusions of law. All other cases or controversies where there is no stenographic record are tried de novo by the trial division of the High Court. However, any case which is appealable under this section may be appealed on a question of law directly to the appellate division of the High Court.

History: 1979, PL 16-28 § 16.