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Appeals from State Agency Decisions

Learn about when and how to file an appeal in court from an agency decision.

You may appeal a decision of a state agency by filing a complaint for judicial review, but only after first exhausting the review process offered within the agency itself.

Many, but not all, complaints for judicial review are heard in the Superior Court. This information outlines appeals in Superior Court. To be sure, check with the agency involved to learn whether this or a different procedure is the one to follow.

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For more information, please contact the court nearest you. Superior Court locations 

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