Appellate Practice

Interest of Justice Jurisdiction

, New York Law Journal

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Appellate Practice columnists Thomas R. Newman and Steven J. Ahmuty Jr. write: As Justice Felix Frankfurter aptly observed, "Wisdom too often never comes, and so one ought not to reject it merely because it comes late." With certain limited exceptions, however, issues raised for the first time on appeal will not be considered as grounds for a reversal or modification.

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