Federal Law - § 3732 through § 3741

Title 18 | Part II | Chapter 235

§ 3732. Taking of appeal; notice; time—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Taking appeal; notice, contents, signing; time, Rule 37 (a).

§ 3733. Assignment of errors—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Assignments of error on appeal abolished, Rule 37 (a)(1).

Necessity of specific objection in order to assign error in instructions, Rule 30.

§ 3734. Bill of exceptions abolished—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Exceptions abolished, Rule 51.

Bill of exceptions not required, Rule 37 (a)(1)

§ 3735. Bail on appeal or certiorari—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Bail on appeal or certiorari; application, Rules 38 (c) and 46 (a)(2).

§ 3736. Certiorari—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Petition to Supreme Court, time, Rule 37 (b).

§ 3737. Record—(Rule)

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Preparation, form; typewritten record, Rule 39 (b).

Exceptions abolished, Rule 51.

Bill of exceptions unnecessary, Rule 37 (a)(1).

§ 3738. Docketing appeal and record—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Filing record on appeal and docketing proceeding; time, Rule 39 (c).

§ 3739. Supervision—(Rule)

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Control and supervision in appellate court, Rule 39 (a).

§ 3740. Argument—(Rule)

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Setting appeal for argument; preference to criminal appeals, Rule 39 (d).

§ 3741. Harmless error and plain error—(Rule)

Disclaimer | See Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Error or defect as affecting substantial rights, Rule 52.

Defects in indictment, Rule 7.

Waiver of error, Rules 12 (b)(2) and 30.

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