When you disagree with the final outcome of your court case, you may be able to appeal. This means asking a higher court to review the outcome. The deadline for most appeals is 30 days from entry of a final judgment or appealable order.
Most cases decided in a circuit court may be appealed to the Appellate Court of Maryland. Learn more about Appeals to the Appellate Court of Maryland.
If you do not agree with the decision the judge made for your case in the District Court, learn more about Appeals and Motions after Trial in the District Court.