Self-Help Guide to Appeals
A person who does not retain an attorney and who appears on his or her own behalf before the Supreme Court is said to be “self-represented” or “pro se”.
The Self-Help Guide to Appeals is a step-by-step guide for how to file an appeal in the Supreme Court of Delaware.
File Appeal in Person
Self-represented individuals may file an appeal to the Supreme Court in person, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, at any of these locations:
- New Castle County — In the Law Library on the second floor, Suite 2500, at the Leonard L. Williams Justice Center, 500 King Street, in Wilmington
- Kent County — At the Supreme Court of Delaware, 55 The Green, in Dover
- Sussex County — In the Sussex County Law Library, Sussex County Courthouse Annex, 5 East Pine Street, in Georgetown
File Appeal by Mail
Those who prefer to submit their appeals to the Supreme Court by First Class mail should use the following mailing address:Supreme Court of Delaware
Clerk of the Supreme Court
55 The Green
Dover, DE 19901