Legal Advice for Appealable Error — 11 results
Written by attorney Zachary Stock, 7 months ago.
You have been convicted of a crime in Indiana and are thinking about an appeal. Here are some things you should consider. You have an absolute right to an appeal. The judge and your trial... more
Written by attorney John Lloyd, about 1 year ago.
My name is J.D. Lloyd and I help folks convicted of crimes continue their fight for justice. One of the ways I help might clients continue to fight is by appealling their convictions to a... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Jensen, about 1 year ago.
This article will guide you through the timeline in handling postconviction motions and appeal in a criminal case in Wisconsin. It will offer helpful tips for each stage.
Written by attorney William Smith, about 1 year ago.
The Rules of Appellate Procedure in Massachusetts are unique and very difficult. It is critical that you have an attorney who is well versed in appellate law and procedure,whether criminal... more
Written by attorney Robert McCarthy, about 1 year ago.
On April 25, 2013 a three judge panel of the Massachusetts Appeals Court decided a case called Adoption of Norbert. The decision can be found at http://bit.ly/16zPW5z. The Norbert case is... more
Written by attorney Todd Palumbo, 9 months ago.
A conviction in Superior Court (Law Division) is appealed to the Appellate Division of the Superior Court. (This is different than Municipal Court Appeals).
Time Limits. You must start... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Lewis, 10 months ago.
Recent court statistics show that in California civil appeals result in affirmance 79% of the time, reversal 18% of the time and dismissals in the remaining 3% of cases. Given the low... more
Written by attorney Donna Bader, 11 months ago.
You've just spent the last week in a jury trial. Unbelievably, the jury decided against you! You refuse to believe this is the end of the matter and you are determined to fight your case... more
Written by attorney Christopher Attig, over 2 years ago.
Veterans disability attorney Chris Attig discusses five (5) of the more common errors he is seeing in BVA decisions that Veterans can appeal to the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Written by attorney Robert McCarthy, about 2 years ago.
Have you gone through a trial and lost? Are you thinking that your lawyer probably could have done a better job? If you answered yes to these questions then youre probably considering... more