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Erroneous judgements may be reversed on appeal, if your case suffered an adverse judgment, call today to speak about filing for appeal

    An Appellate lawyer represents a client in a case that has been turned over to a higher court for review.

  What is an appeal?

  In general, here’s what you need to know about an appeal:

  – An appeal is a challenge of an earlier decision that’s presented to a higher court for review.

  – Appeals generally are based on procedural errors that take place at the trial level.

  – The appellate courts review the rulings of law to decide whether these errors had an impact on the result or made the trial unfair.

  – Note that the appellate courts review only the legal aspects of a case; they don’t reopen the facts of a case already found by the lower court.

  – Appellate courts won’t consider legal arguments that weren’t mentioned, or weren’t objected to, by counsel at the lower court level.

  – The appellate court will only grant relief if the erroneous ruling was harmful to the outcome.


    If a court ruled in your case and you feel there was a mistake made, your case was dismissed without proper procedure or the penalty was too harsh, we can work with you on producing a better result.


   Most Lawyers do not practice this type of law and therefore it is imperative for you to have a lawyer that has in-depth knowledge and expertise on the topic.


  When something goes wrong in a trial, the appellate Lawyer helps the client by filing a Notice of Appeal and drafting an Appellate brief to point out those issues so that a higher court may make a judgment based on the issues raised during the pre-trial and trial, normally no new evidence may be introduced in the appeal process.


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