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Trial lawyers acquire facts and present them to a jury or judge. Appellate lawyers will comb through the case to analyze it and look for errors in the initial trial and review the laws applied and how they were interpreted. That is why oftentimes, trial attorneys do not handle their clients’ appellate cases.
After the Court Proceedings Have Come to an End, Did You Get a Fair Trial?
You may struggle with the feeling that you have no choice but to accept the negative outcome of your case, even when you suspect that a mistake had been made at the trial level. If you want to pursue your case further, consider hiring The Jaeger Firm, PLLC, to handle an appeal before state and federal appellate courts, including the United States Supreme Court.
The lawyers at The Jaeger Firm, PLLC, are experienced in handling complex appellate issues. Whether you are trying to uphold your victory at the trial level, or trying to obtain a reversal of an adverse decision, navigating the appellate system can be complicated, intimidating and often, cost prohibitive.
In seeking assistance on appeal, it is crucial to engage experienced appellate lawyers who can review the trial record and transcripts to identify any factual, procedural or legal appellate issues that may exist. We take the time to make sure the processes of the appellate court and the significance of our findings are easy to understand.
To ensure this we explain what is involved in an appeal at the initial meeting. Once retained to handle the appeal, an initial assessment of the issues in the case will be discussed. Following that discussion, immediate action will be taken to obtain and review all documents and transcripts to evaluate any and all possible issues for appeal, including those that were discussed at the initial meeting. An extensive review of the record is completed and legal research is conducted to reveal any potential appellate issues. A brief is then filed which argues the case on appeal and the opposing party has the opportunity to file a response brief. A reply brief may then be filed on your behalf, if needed.
How Can The Jaeger Firm, PLLC, Help?
The experienced attorneys at The Jaeger Firm, PLLC, are licensed to practice in all state courts in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. They are also licensed to practice in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Kentucky, the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court.
If you are considering filing an appeal on behalf of your client, remember that timelines are very strict and require immediate attention, so time is of the essence. For assistance on your clients’ criminal and civil appeals, you can rely on lawyers from The Jaeger Firm, PLLC. Call today to schedule a meeting.