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129. Appellate courts primarily review ___. In order to receive appellate review, there must be plain error that was ___ by a ___. questions of law properly preserved timely objection
130. Appellant may preserve error by objecting at the time of the error and making known to the court: a. the action desired, or the objection to the action, and b. the grounds therefor.
131. Appellate courts may also review the jury's decision, but only as to the ___, which is also a question of ___. sufficiency of the evidence law
132. ___ courts may review the trial judge's Findings of Fact in a ___. The standard of review is the ___ standard. appellate nonjury trial clearly erroneous
Created by: longhorn90