Can I Appeal A Denial Of My Petition For Nondisclosure?

No. There is no statute that gives a right of appeal for a nondisclosure. Even if there were, because of the “in the best interests of justice” provision, it would make an appeal pretty much impossible. That provision gives judges a lot of wiggle room to deny petitions, and if there was any reasonable basis that a judge could articulate for a denial, then the appeals court would uphold the judge’s decision.

Fortunately, there’s no law against presenting multiple petitions for nondisclosure. If the judge denies your petition, you can always wait until the judge retires or loses an election and petition again in front of the new judge.

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