Yes, you can appeal on the grounds of lack of evidence. The appeals process is designed to give individuals the right to challenge a decision made against them. If you feel that the evidence presented in your case was insufficient or inadequate, you can file an appeal and present your argument that the decision should be overturned.
In order to file an appeal, you will need to provide evidence that supports your argument. This could include witness testimony, expert opinions, documents, or any other type of evidence that supports your claim. You should also explain why the original decision was based on insufficient evidence and how it affected your case. Once you have filed your appeal, it will be reviewed by a judge who will decide whether or not the original decision should be reversed.
It’s important to remember that appeals are not always successful and there is no guarantee that your case will be overturned.