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Unfortunately, appealing a decision is not a simple task. Rather, it can be fairly complicated, and the rules must be adhered to strictly. Accordingly, it's not a simple matter of filing a motion. Instead, there are many steps. My suggestion is that you review this manual: CLICK HERE.
You'll see that you must first file a Notice of Appeal with the Circuit Court. It will define the issues that you are appealing. You can see an example of a Notice of Appeal here: CLICK HERE
You will then see to it that the Circuit Court send the Court of Appeals the Record.
You must then file an Appellate Brief, which is your legal argument. Pay close attention to the rules in the manual, because if they are not adhered to, then you may lose the appeal without a hearing. For example, there are rules with regard to the number of pages, the number of copies, cover pages, etc.
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