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Your Guides To Appellate Law

An initial judgment at the trial level does not necessarily have to be the last word in your criminal or civil case. A hallmark of the United States court system is your right to appeal. Appellate law differs greatly from trial work. That is why it is important to have legal counsel in your corner with experience in the appeals process.

At The Law Firm of Myers & Myers, LLC, in Birmingham, our attorneys handle both criminal appeals and civil appeals. We can help explore your options for moving forward and provide you with the information you need to make the most educated decision about your case.

The Appeals Process

Myers Myers & DixonAppellate law requires a unique skill set that separates it from a typical trial. New evidence is inadmissible and decisions are made based on an examination of what occurred during the initial trial. Maybe some crucial facts were overlooked. Perhaps constitutional rights were violated or the law was interpreted incorrectly. A good appeals lawyer must have an eye for detail in order to spot errors that can help reverse a trial court's decision.

We are committed to help build a solid foundation upon which your appeal can rest. We understand the exhaustive research and analytic skills that are essential to crafting a strong case for appeal. We handle appeals at both the state and federal levels.

Contact Our Law Firm In Alabama To Find Out If Your Case Should Be Appealed

An appeal is not the right path for every case. Our lawyers will review your situation and help guide you toward the best path for moving forward. To schedule a consultation at our law office in Birmingham, call 877-891-4509 or contact us online.

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