If you want to challenge a decision made by an Anoka County Court judge, you must file an appeal with the Minnesota Court of Appeals. This can be done in writing, either by mail, fax, or in person to the Appeals Division. Alternatively, you can submit your appeal online. For lawyers, the process involves submitting district court documents to provide the case file to the Court of Appeals, as well as additional documents that argue the case.
It is important to note that only final court orders can be appealed. You must file a notice with the Minnesota Court of Appeals within 60 days from the date of the final court order. Temporary decisions cannot be appealed, as there is still a chance that the outcome will change before the final order. The Anoka County District Court is a unified trial court of general jurisdiction with 16 resident judges who hear all types of cases, including criminal, family, civil, juvenile, probate, and conciliation courts.
This office is the highest judicial administrative office at the county level and serves as the official guardian of records for all types of cases brought in Anoka County. The court serves residents in St. Louis Park, Golden Valley, Waconia, Anoka, Apple Valley, Savage, Burnsville, Buffalo, Elk River, Stillwater and throughout Hennepin County, Carver County, Scott County, Wright County, Dakota County, Washington County, Ramsey County, Sherburne County and Anoka County.