Areas We Serve
Filing Appeals in States Throughout the Nation
Receiving a guilty verdict at your criminal trial can be the worst day of your life. As the guilty verdict is read, you may see your whole life flashing before your eyes. If you have been convicted of a crime, it's important that you know that you don't have to give up now. A conviction does not have to be the end of the line, nor does it mean that you have no other choice but to give up the fight. At Appeals Law Group, we're here to lay down the path towards the next phase in your legal journey, because with our help, you can continue fighting for your innocence.
Appeals Law Group is located in Orlando, Florida and offers representation in several states across the country. In the past 12 years, our attorneys collectively have handled approximately 3,000 cases, and we may be able to help you too.
We are admitted to practice in the following states:
Why file an appeal?
When you file an appeal, you're asking a higher court to reverse the decision of a trial court after it's made a judgment or other legal ruling. With appeals, no new evidence is admitted because it is strictly a legal argument. If desired by either side, the case will be argued before the appeals court, which may elect to sustain the original ruling, reverse it, send it back to the trial court, or reverse or confirm in part.
At Appeals Law Group, we practice in all 13 of the federal circuit courts and in all military courts. Our team of Orlando appeals attorneys will carefully review your case and point out why the court's decision was unfair or was based on errors. While we focus predominantly on criminal law, our team of highly skilled professionals handles all types of appellate cases. Whether you desire to challenge a misdemeanor or felony conviction, we stand ready to help you.
We help people with the following types of appeals cases:
- Family Law
- Juvenile Law
- Civil Matters
- Tort, Contract, and Real Property Law
- Revenue or Tax Matters
- Administrative Agency Decisions
Don't give up hope. Contact our appellate team today!
If you're unhappy with your conviction or verdict and believe it was the result of errors, juror misconduct, or other dishonorable reasons, we urge you to contact us for help. We're in the business of changing lives by changing verdicts. We're fully aware that errors can occur in the system and innocent people can be wrongfully convicted or be on the receiving end of an erroneous verdict.
You deserve a second chance, let us be the ones to navigate you through the appeals process – contact us today to arrange a complimentary consultation!