An appeal is a request to have a higher court reverse the decision of a trial court after a final judgment or other legal ruling has been entered. After the lower court judgment is entered into the record, the losing party (appellant) may file a notice of appeal, and request transcripts or other records of the trial court. The appellant files a brief with the appeals court citing legal reasons for reversing the trial court's ruling. No new evidence is admitted on appeal.

Form Title Form No. Video
Guide for Self-Represented ("Pro Se" or "Pro Per") Appellants and Appellees: Basic Information about Civil Appeals in the Arizona Court of Appeals and the Arizona Supreme Court (Revised Edition, 2017)
Guide for Self-Represented ("Pro Se" or "Pro Per") Parties in Worker's Compensation Case Appeals 
Forms for Self-Represented ("Pro Se" or "Pro Per") Parties in Worker's Compensation Case Appeals

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