The evidence that was entered in the court before was electronic evidence, GPS evidence and voice notes. The Court of Appeal will determine if the evidence was used in the right way or they might decide that there was a miscarriage of justice.
The Court of Appeal can make three decisions after the trial, there can be a decision to acquit and the accused persons will go home. A decision can be made to order a retrial and an accused person might fail in the trial and they are then remanded in custody and they will serve the rest of their sentence.
A three week trial in the appeal court can lead to a waiting period of 10 months before final decisions are made, as the courts in Jamaica are slow.