Docketing Statement - Appeal To Supreme Court Of Alabama Form. This is a Alabama form and can be use in General Appellate.
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Form ARAP-24 (front) (to be filed in by appellate court) Appeal to the Supreme Court of Alabama NOTE: completed Civil Case Cover Sheet must be attached 1/97 COUNTY I. Appellate Case Number DOCKETING STATEMENT State of Alabama Unified Judicial System CIVIL ACTION NUMBER ___________________________ TRIAL JUDGE PARTY/ PARTIES FILING APPEAL (Appellant) : _______________________________________________________________________________________________ APPELLANT’S ATTORNEY: _______________________________________________________________________( )______________________ Telephone Number ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address City State Zip Code II. PARTY/ PARTIES APPEALED APPEAL (Appellee) : _______________________________________________________________________________________________ APPELLEE’S ATTORNEY: _______________________________________________________________________( )_____________________ Telephone Number _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address City State Zip Code III. APPELLANT IS THE TRIAL COURT: V. RELIEF AWARDED/REQUESTED: please check the appropriate block (s): A. _____ Monetary damages were either sought or awarded, as set out below: Plaintiff Defendant IV. IS THIS A CROSS-APPEAL? Other Yes No (a) awarded in the amount of $ ____________________; (b) not awarded, but sought in the amount of $ ____________________; (c) 1. Compensatory damages were: sought, but not awarded - the amount sought was not specified in the complaint. (a) not awarded, but sought in the amount of $ ____________________; (c) 3. A general award of damages ( not awarded in the amount of $ ____________________; (b) 2. Punitive damages were: sought, but not awarded - the amount sought was not specified in the complaint. (a) made in the amount of $ ____________________; differentiating between compensatory (b) not made, but sought in the amount of $ ____________________; and punitive) was: (c) sought, but not made - the amount sought was not specified in the complaint. 4. Other monetary damages (Type: (a) awarded in the amount of $ ____________________; ________________________ (b) not awarded, but sought in the amount of $ ____________________; _____________________)were: (c) sought, but not awarded - the amount sought was not specified in the complaint. 5. Was there a remittitur or additur at issue in the trial court? Yes No (if yes, please provide the details in the “FACTS” section on the back of this form) B. _____ Equitable and/or declaratory relief was sought in the trial court C. _____ Other (Please provide in the details of the issue(s) before the Court in the “ISSUES” section on the back of this form.) VI. TYPE OF JUDGMENT OR ORDER APPEALED. (Please check one) : A Judgment based on a jury Verdict D Order granting a New Trail G B Judgment based on a Non-jury Decision E Judgment as a Matter of Law H Dismissal Default Judgment C Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict (JNOV) F summary Judgment I Other VII. IF THE CASE WENT TO TRAIL, HOW MANY DAYS DID THE TRAIL TAKE? ____________ VIII. FINALITY OF JUDGMENT: Date of entry of judgment or order appealed from: _____________________________________ Month Day Year 1. Is the judgment or order appealed from in compliance with rule 58, A.R.Civ.P.? Yes No 2. Does the order appealed from constitute a disposition of all claims as to all parties? Yes No 3. If not, did the trial court enter an order intended to make the order final pursuant to rule 54(b)? 4. If the trial court intended to make the order appealed from final pursuant to rule 54 (b), did the court in the Rule 54 (b) Yes No Yes No order expressly determine that there was no just reason for delay and expressly direct that final judgment be entered? 5. If the answer to question 2 is “NO” , and the trial court did not make the order final by full compliance with Rule 54(b), please explain the basis for seeking appellate review and cite the authority for this appeal: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IX. POST-JUDGMENT MOTIONS: List all post-judgment motions by date of filing, type, and date of disposition (whether by trial court order or by the provisions of Rule 59.1, A.R.Civ.P.): DATE OF FILING Month Date Year TY PF POST-JUDGMENT MOTION DATE OF DISPOSITION Month Date Year American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com Form ARAP-25 (back) 1/97 X. CONSTITUTIONAL ISSUES: DOCKETING STATEMENT Appeal to the Supreme Court of Alabama Yes No 2. If so, have the provisions been complied with? XI. NATURE OF CASE ON APPEAL: describes or categorizes the basis applicable to the suit. TORTS: 01 Bad Faith 02 Fraud 03 Legal Malpractice 04 Medical Malpractice 05 Other Malpractice 06 Products/AEMLD 07 Negligence (Vehicular) 08 Negligence (Gen./other) 09 Personal Property 1. Are the provisions of Rule 44, A.R.App.P., applicable to this appeal? Yes No In the left column of boxes proceeding the categories listed below, check the box (check only one) that best or theory of the primary issue on appeal. In the right column of boxes, check any secondary theories that are 10 Real property 11 Wrongful Death (All Types) 12 Wantonness 13 Conversion 14 Wrongful Employ Termination 15 Premises Liability 16 Outrage 29 Other: _________________ CONTRACTS 30 Commercial 31 Personal 32 Pension 33 Insurance 34 Employment 39 Other: __________ OTHER: Real Property 40 41 Civ Rights (Prisoner) 42 Civil Rights (Other) Wills/Trusts/ Estates 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 99 Declaratory judgment Injunction (Commercial) Injunction (Employment) Injunction (Other) Extraordinary Writ Pub. Service Comm RR/Seaman(FELA) RICO Other: ______________ ______________ XII. APPELLATE REVIEW: Please take notice that your case may be initially reviewed by the Court of Civil Appeals. Pursuant to § 12-2-7, code of Alabama 1975, the Supreme Court has the authority to transfer any civil case within its jurisdiction to the court of Civil Appeals, except cases presenting a substantial question of federal or state constitutional law; cases involving a novel legal question, the resolution of which will have significant statewide impact; utility rate cases appealed pursuant to § 31-1-140, Code of Alabama 1975, bond validation cases appealed pursuant to § 6-6-754, Code of Alabama 1975, or Alabama State bar disciplinary proceedings. If you believe this case should not be transferred to the Court of Civil Appeals, please state with specificity the reason(s) why it should not be transferred, referring to pertinent sections of § 12-2-7. Reasons should be supported in the ISSUES and FACTS sections of this docketing statement. ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ XIII. ISSUES: Briefly summarize the issue(s) on appeal. XIV. FACTS: without argument, briefly summarize the facts to inform the court of the nature of the case. _______________________________________________ Date _______________________________________________________________ Signature of Attorney/Party Filing this Form American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkflow.com