A criminal appeal in Florida can provide a variety of relief to the appellant. The most common type of relief is a reversal or modification of the conviction or sentence. This means that the appellate court may overturn or modify the conviction or sentence based on legal errors that occurred at trial or sentencing. In some cases, the appellate court may even order a new trial if it finds that the original trial was unfair.
In addition to reversing or modifying convictions and sentences, an appellate court may also order other forms of relief such as reducing fines, vacating convictions, and ordering new hearings. In some cases, an appellate court may even dismiss certain charges if it finds that there was insufficient evidence to support them.
Lastly, an appellate court may also issue orders for alternative forms of relief such as ordering restitution for victims or requiring defendants to attend counseling sessions. Ultimately, the type of relief available in a criminal appeal depends on the specific facts and circumstances of each case.