The Court of Appeals in Georgia is the intermediate appellate court for the State of Georgia. If your case is appealed, the Georgia Court of Appeals will review what happened in the trial court to determine whether any mistakes of law occurred, and if so, whether the party who filed the appeal is entitled to have the judgment of the trial court reversed or otherwise changed. In Georgia, there are three types of appeals—discretionary, interlocutory and direct. Appeals can be very complicated–the discussion above is a very general overview. Scott A. Schweber routinely handles cases in the Georgia Court of Appeals. Please contact Scott to discuss the specifics of your case.