Skip to main content

New Appeal Forms

 Appeal from a Trial Court

The following forms have been designed and are provided for individuals who wish to file a notice of appeal or petition for judicial review in the Oregon Court of Appeals on their own behalf. You are advised to review the Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure (ORAP) and Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS) for additional information of filing requirements and filing deadlines in the Oregon Court of Appeals.

 

File a Notice of Appeal

The following forms and instructions are provided if you are filing a Notice of Appeals from a Final Trial Court Judgment or Appealable Order:


File a Petition for Judicial Review

The following forms and instructions are provided if you are filing a Petition for Judicial Review from a Final Agency Order:


 

Current Appellate Court Fee Information

Click on the button below to access current appellate court fee information.

Fee Information

 

Information & Resources

Oregon Rules of Appellate Procedure
Oregon Revised Statutes (ORS)

 Appeal from a Municipal Court

A municipal court or a justice court may become a court of record by filing a declaration to that effect with the Oregon Supreme Court and upon the Oregon Supreme Court’s acknowledgement.  ORS 221.342 (municipal courts); ORS 51.025 (justice courts).

 

 

Municipal Court Locations

The Supreme Court has acknowledged these municipal courts of record:

West Linn Municipal Court St. Helens Municipal Court Lake Oswego Municipal Court Beaverton Municipal Court Florence Municipal Court Milwaukie Municipal Court

 

Appealable Case Types

A party may appeal from an appealable judgment or order in a municipal court of record directly to the Oregon Court of Appeals when the defendant is charged with a:

 

  • Misdemeanor
  • Traffic or other violation as defined by state law
  • Violation of a city ordinance
  • Violation of a city charter provision

 

 

Justice Courts of Record

There currently are no justice courts that have become courts of record.

A party may appeal from an appealable judgment or order in a justice court of record directly to the Oregon Court of Appeals when the defendant is charged with a:

  • Misdemeanor
  • Traffic or other violation as defined by state law
  • Violation of a county ordinance

Your browser is out-of-date! It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how

×