Federal Appeals Attorneys

Federal criminal trials are serious matters and on appeal these cases can be very complex specially in the Court of Appeals For the Federal Circuit. Federal appeals cases often involve multiple parties or uncommon areas of law. The United States Code (USC) outlines numerous criminal violations of federal law. Appeals Law Group's federal appellate attorneys handle all types of federal appeals cases in the Court of Appeals For the Federal Circuit including:

The issues that these federal crimes raise on appeal can be extremely difficult. Similarly, many state criminal cases raise federal constitutional issues such as:

We now take for granted protections such as the 'right to remain silent,' the 'right to an attorney' and privacy rights, none of which were available until only the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s in cases like Gideon v. Wainright, Miranda v. Arizona and Roe v. Wade. Before these appeals cases were heard the federal law was very different from what it is now. Every year federal criminal appeals cases rewrite the law.

Appeals Law Group's team of appellate lawyers are licensed in all federal courts of appeal across the United States and understand the complex nature of federal criminal appeals. The federal appeals courts that Appeals Law Group's appellate attorneys are licensed in include:

The Supreme Court of the United States, also known as SCOTUS, is the court of last resort for criminal appeals. Appeals filed in the United States Supreme Court are discretionary in nature. This means that when you want your criminal case reviewed on appeal in the Supreme Court of the United States you need to petition the Supreme Court using a writ of certiorari. The Supreme Court has highly technical rules that must be followed and experienced appeals lawyers can often make the difference between success and failure.

The federal courts of appeal that Appeals Law Group appellate attorneys practice in also include the military courts such as:

Appeals Law Group's team of experienced federal appeals attorneys know what it takes to handle federal criminal appeals in the Court of Appeals For the Federal Circuit. To find out how we can help you with your federal appeal contact us now.