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Criminal Practice – Appeals – Oral Rendition of Order – Subsequent Entry – Written Appeal Notice (access required)

State v. Oates In a criminal case, when a trial court orally renders an order or judgment in open court, a party may give oral notice of appeal in open court or the party may file written notice of appeal at any time between (1) the court’s oral rendering of the order or judgment and (2) fourteen days after the court’s entry of the order or judgment into the record.

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