A trial court or administrative agencyÂ’s ruling on a matter within its
discretion that, in light of the relevant facts and law, is arbitrary,
capricious, unconscionable, unfair, unreasonable, or illegal. An appellate
court will not reverse a ruling that was within the discretion of the trial
court or administrative agency merely because the appellate court would have
reached a different decision. Instead, the trial court or administrative
agencyÂ’s decision must be wholly inconsistent with the facts and the law and
with any reasonable deductions that can be made therefrom.