Looking To Appeal A Court Decision?

by Aaron Delgado
10/23/18 (Updated: 08/15/19)

Losing a court case can be demoralizing, but it is often in your best interest to appeal the decision to a higher court. Since winning an appeal is difficult to do, it is essential to have the right attorney working on your behalf during every step of the process.

At Delgado & Romanik, we have extensive appellate experience in civil cases, criminal cases, administrative cases, and family law cases. Since each of these areas presents unique challenges, the success of your appeal depends on the circumstances of your case.

Appellate Briefs: Supporting Your Claim

One of the most important parts of the appellate process is the appellate brief. This is the document where we craft your appeal by proving how the court incorrectly applied the law.

Unlike a trial, where witnesses and experts are called to testify, the appellate brief is a written document. The success of your case depends on this brief, and what will be included in this brief depends on the court in which your case will be appealed. It may be governed by Florida law or federal law, depending on your circumstances.

If you are looking to appeal a court decision, it is imperative that you work with a lawyer who is skilled in the appellate process.

Contact an Appeal Attorney Today

If you are ready to appeal a court decision, call us today at 386.222.6677 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation for your appeal.

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