New Jersey Appellate Lawyer
Appellate Attorney Handles Appeals for Legal Matters Resolved in Trial Court For Clients in Burlington County, Camden County, and Throughout NJ
If you have been wrongfully convicted of a crime, had a restraining order improperly entered against you, or are otherwise unhappy with the results in your matter, you have options. For matters resolved in the trial court, you have a right to appeal the results to the Appellate Division. Contact an experienced New Jersey Appellate lawyer from our firm today for a confidential consultation about your case.
What Does an Appellate Lawyer Do And How Can They Help in My Case?
Appellate practice is a specialized discipline requiring the appellate lawyer to correctly diagnose the problems at trial and present those problems clearly, intelligently, and creatively to the appellate court. The appellate lawyer must also identify and apply the correct standard of review to the facts and law of each case.
To be successful on appeal, it is important to craft and execute the most effective strategy that both identifies the flaws that led to the unjust result you are appealing and presents your case in the most persuasive light possible. Such a strategy requires an in-depth understanding of how appellate courts review the merits of a case, apply various forms of authority, and make decisions that may ultimately become binding precedent.
An appellate lawyer has the advantage of reviewing your case with fresh eyes, In doing so, the appellate lawyer is able to target the arguments that the appellate court is most likely to be concerned with, and present those arguments in the strongest possible light.
Contact An Experienced New Jersey Appellate Lawyer At Attorneys Hartman, Chartered Today
If you are unhappy with the results at trial, there are many benefits to hiring an appellate attorney. Our skilled attorneys will advocate vigorously to ensure that you present the best possible case to meet your goals. If you would like to schedule a confidential consultation to discuss our legal services, call or contact our offices today.