Rule 14. Matters To Be Considered On Appeal.

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The Supreme Court need only review those matters briefed and argued by the appellant, provided that where either a sentence for life imprisonment or death was imposed, the Supreme Court shall review the entire record for errors prejudicial to the right of the appellant.

History Text: 

History. Adopted and amended July 10, 1995, effective January 1, 1996

Associated Court Rules: 
Rules of Appellate Procedure—Criminal