– Navigating the Appeals Process
An appeals process may be available if you have not achieved your objectives in trial court. This second-bite opportunity exists for criminal matters and all aspects of civil law: probate, property, small claims court, even administrative law.
Appeals are time consuming and challenging; you will need experienced, professional help. I will explain the process, evaluate your case, and offer you the best chance for success.
Timing is crucial for beginning your appeal. If you wish to seek a judicial review, contact my office immediately. If you miss a deadline for filing your appeal, you may have no recourse.
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