Posttrial Motions to Contest, Alter, or Attain Relief from the Judgment:

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motion for relief from the judgment (a) – to necessarily relieve a party from a judgment due to reasonable cause.

motion in arrest of judgment – a defendant’s postjudgment motion in a criminal case claiming that a substantial error appearing on the face of the record invalidates the whole proceeding and the judgment.

motion to alter or amend the judgment – within 10 days after a judgment, request the court change its judgment due to obvious error of law or fact.



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