Rule 15. Action To Be Taken On Appeal.

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A conviction shall be reversed and a new trial ordered where the Supreme Court finds that the conviction is contrary to the Constitution or the laws of Arkansas, or for any reason determines that the appellant did not have a fair trial. Where appropriate, the Supreme Court shall reverse the conviction and order the appellant discharged. In all other cases, the conviction must be affirmed or affirmed as modified.

History Text: 

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

Associated Court Rules: 
Rules of Appellate Procedure—Criminal