Can new evidence be heard at my appellate hearing in Florida?

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Generally, new evidence will not be heard or considered as part of your appellate process. The appellate court in Florida is bound by something called "the record." The record is exactly that, a record of everything that occurred at the lower court level. That is what they'll be reading from. That's what they'll consider in determining your appeal.

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