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Appellate Law Overview
If you want the best chance to win an appeal, then you need an appellate attorney. In recent decades, the tangible advantages of having talented and expert appellate litigators handle appellate litigation has become evident. as more and more litigants have come to realize, when it comes to winning an appeal, it pays to have an appellate attorney.
The days when one attorney could possess the knowledge and experience to handle any legal issues are long gone. In today’s environment, you need an attorney with the knowledge and experience to handle your issue. If you need a contract, you get a contract attorney. If you need a divorce, you get a divorce attorney. If you need to go to trial, you need a trial attorney. If you need to appeal, you need an appellate attorney. If you want to maximize your chances of a favorable result on appeal, you need an appellate attorney. While many trial attorneys may attempt to handle appeals, they simply lack the necessary skill set. Appeals are different from trials. One issue with a trial attorney handling an appeal is that “trial judges are fundamentally different from appellate judges.” They look for different information and are persuaded by different arguments. Because of this difference, a trial attorney, event very skilled trial attorney, will very likely make a very poor appellate attorney.
We handle appeals from preliminary injunction rulings and other interlocutory rulings and final judgments.
We handle levels of appeals, from appeals of final judgements to the Arizona Courts of Appeal to petitions for review to the Arizona Supreme Court to petitions for writs of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court.
In Arizona, a person convicted of a crime after a trial is entitled to three different levels of review (direct appeal, post-conviction relief, and a habeas petition in federal court).
Your Appellate Law Team
Bringing a fresh perspective to an appeal is key. An appellate attorney can look at your case without any preconceived ideas, and then narrow down the issues that have the greatest chances of success on appeal. An appellate attorney is the best choice for presenting those issues in a way that will convince appellate judges to decide the case in your favor.
Because a family law issue is so important and so personal, it should be handled by someone who cares. Mark believes that being down to earth and an honest, approachable guy is just as important in the practice of law as it is in life in general.
Insightful Appellate Articles
It is said that ‘knowledge is power.” Our attorneys draw upon their knowledge of the law and their case experience to empower others with timely, practical and relevant posts and articles.
The attorneys at GillespieShields practice family, employment, civil, criminal, appeals, and immigration law. Upholding Due Process: The Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) provides essential services to help eligible Arizona citizens with...
The attorneys at GillespieShields practice family, employment, civil, criminal, appeals, and immigration law. The Issues at Hand: In Sky Harbor Hotel Properties v. Patel Properties, the Arizona Supreme Court answered three questions that were certified to it from the...
The attorneys at GillespieShields practice family, employment, civil, criminal, immigration, probate, and appellate law.Reeves Maxwell Appellate Law Boutique Joins GillespieShields PHOENIX, ARIZONA – July 16, 2019: The law firm of Gillespie, Shields, Goldfarb, Taylor...
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