Current through L. 2023, ch. 205
Section 13-4032 - Appeal by state
An appeal may be taken by the state from:1. An order dismissing an indictment, information or complaint or count of an indictment, information or complaint.2. An order granting a new trial.3. A ruling on a question of law adverse to the state when the defendant was convicted and appeals from the judgment.4. An order made after judgment affecting the substantial rights of the state or a victim, except that the state shall only take an appeal on an order affecting the substantial rights of a victim at the victim's request.5. A sentence on the grounds that it is illegal, or if the sentence imposed is other than the presumptive sentence authorized by section 13-702, section 13-703, section 13-704 or section 13-706, subsection A.6. An order granting a motion to suppress the use of evidence.7. A judgment of acquittal of one or more offenses charged in an indictment, information or complaint or count of an indictment, information or complaint that is entered after a verdict of guilty on the offense or offenses.