When can you appeal?
You can appeal within 15 days of when your case ends. This means that you have to wait until after adjudication (“conviction” or admission) and disposition (“sentencing”).

If you wait longer than 15 days, you cannot appeal. Contact your attorney within 15 days of your disposition hearing and let him or her know you would like to appeal your case.

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1. What is an appeal?
2. What happens if you appeal?
3. How does an appeal work?
4. When can you appeal?
5. Who decides if you will appeal?