When the disfellowshipping is upheld by the appeal committee, there is no further right to appeal . However, if an individual persists in believing a serious error in judgment has occurred, the appeal committee should inform him that he may submit his allegations in writing to the appeal committee within seven days for transmittal to the branch office .
The appeal committee will include this statement along with the information being sent to the branch office. No announcement of disfellowshipping should be made until observations are received from the branch office.
If no written claim of a serious error in judgment has been provided to the appeal committee within seven days (as outlined above ), the appeal committee should send in the S-77 and S-79 forms and tell the original committee to announce the disfellowshipping.
This is taken from the elders own handbook. Most elders don't even realize that there is a provision to appeal the appeal. This has recently happened locally and the branch overturned the decision to D/F.
This made the local BOE quite upset and they then set out to find 'another sin' that they could D/F the individual with. They succeeded the second time.