Appeals from Adverse Decisions
Often, people believe that if a judge rules in a certain way, that must be what the law says and that's the way it's going to be. However, that is not necessarily true. Every law library contains hundreds of law books containing thousands of decisions that are challenged, some over and over again. Aggressive, committed lawyers are always considering some future appeal as part of their overall trial strategy. Appeals are part of the fabric of the American justice system. Talk to us if you think something was overlooked in your last hearing or trial. Keep in mind that appeals are extremely time sensitive – seldom allowing more than 30 days for some action to be taken before the right has been waived.