Appellate Practice

Our proven appellate attorneys have handled a variety of appeals from state and federal courts.

Practice Attorneys

Appellate Attorney

Practice Contact

Our appellate attorneys are knowledgeable in all areas of appellate law. Our clients can be confident that their cases are being handled by an experienced appellate attorney. With offices located across the street from Alabama’s appellate courts in Montgomery, our lawyers regularly appear in state and federal appellate courts throughout the country.

Our appellate attorneys have experience representing clients in appellate litigation matters involving:

Experienced Appellate Attorneys

After a judgment is rendered by a trial judge or jury, the parties may appeal the decision to an appellate court. Appellate practice, or appellate review, refers to the capacity of a higher court to examine or review the decision of a lower court for errors in judgment. Appellate procedure includes the rules and practices by which appellate courts review and evaluate the judgments of a trial court.

Appellate review serves many functions in law, including promoting equal justice, correcting errors of judgment or mistakes committed by the trial court, and developing a precedent of law to be applied in future disputes.

Our appellate lawyers understand the details, facts, complications, and circumstances that often arise in state and federal courts in an appeal.

Our appellate lawyers are distinguished by a history of successful appeals. If you or your organization have received an unfavorable ruling, contact us today.

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