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Yes, you have 10 days to file a notice of appeal in the court that issued the judgment and 30 days from the date of this judgment to file your appeal to the next higher court from the one you were just in. You would then have to write an appeal brief with your facts of the case, your issues on appeal and your case law or statutes that support your arguments as to why you are right and the judgment should be vacated.
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