Court of Appeal - be prepared for the unpredictable
A famous lawyer and keen equestrian eventer once asked a fellow jockey, before the off at a point to point, whether he had ever been in the Court of Appeal. Anticipating the white-knuckle ride over the jumps, with an uncertain outcome and a real risk of personal injury was, he felt, the same as waiting to appear in the appellate court.
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