Not if you knew or should have known it during trial
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It depends - In order to answer this question more specific information would need to be provided .
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There is no easy answer to this question: usually you will have to make a motion to the appeals court explaining the new information; why it was not available before the trial court; how it would impact the decision; and ask that the matter be returned to the trial court to consider the new information.....
As others said, it's complex and depends on your facts.
That said - the options are generally (1) a motion (filed in the appellate division) for a temporary remand, or a motion to supplement the record. Keep in mind that the Appellate Division is a "quart of review" it does not find facts.
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