Tennessee Rules of Appellate Procedure is a set of rules that govern the procedural aspects of initiating and maintaining an appeal of civil and criminal cases in the state’s appellate courts. The rules also include several substantive principles important in the appeal process.
The current edition of the rules became effective July 1, 2022. The rules are amended from time to time, with changes usually effective on July 1 in the year they are approved by a resolution passed in the Tennessee House of Representatives and the Tennessee Senate.
No copyright is claimed as to the text of these rules or the comments of the Advisory Commission.
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