Generally speaking, you’re only allowed one appeal from a conviction and you’re required to put forward all of your issues that you feel were error caused by the judge in his rulings in that one appeal. Now, if you’re unsuccessful and lose the appeal, the Supreme Court has discretionary review if they choose to allow you to take it up to them.
Generally Speaking Appeals are a One Time Deal in the State of Florida
There might be collateral, federal issues that come into play and so, you might have the opportunity to appeal to the federal court on a federal constitutional basis if you lose your direct appeal but generally speaking, it’s a one shot deal, you’ll get your appeal in the Florida, in the district court of appeal and if you don’t prevail on that, you generally don’t have any further appeal to take. That doesn’t prevent you from filing other post-conviction motions that I’ve discussed in another question but as far as the appeal goes, those are the limitations on it.