You have a file an appeal of an order, which is not a final order on the case. It is called an interlocutory appeal. I will try to find an example of one if you would like, although it may not be a Florida order, it would be similar in every state. It is sort of a "middle of the case" appeal. Can you tell me if it is a criminal or civil case?
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Thank you for that information. I'll see if I can find a sample interlocutory appeal notice.
Here is a sample interlocutory appeal for the state of Delaware, but just put your own information in (state, case number, parties) and of course your own personal reasons for the recusal in other words, what you are appealing, and you will have a very good document.
You file this is the same place your had your court.
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