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Guide for Self-Represented Appellants and Appellees

An appeal is when a party asks a higher court to review the decision of a lower court. The "Appellate Civil Petition for Review- Pro Se Guide" is a guide created by the Arizona Supreme Court to assist parties who represent themselves in appeals.

The following guide is available on the Arizona Supreme Court website. To view the Appeals Guide, visits the Arizona Supreme Court website:

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. This guide is available in both English and Spanish.


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