Kenneth D. Morse, P.A. is experienced in the steps required to appeal an adverse order or final judgement. Whether you won or lost in the trial court, an appeal is a significant legal effort, requiring purchasing the trial transcripts, lead research, and preparing legal briefs to be filed in the appellate court. You may have to appeal a lower court ruling. It is important to know that your lawyer is competent to handle your case in the appellate court.
When a case results in an unsatisfactory resolution, a party has the right to appeal the decision. Based on the facts of the case and circumstances that led to the decision, it is possible to detail the evidence and procedural errors of the court, in attempt to overturn that decision. Kenneth D. Morse, P.A. has extensive experience representing clients in appeals.
Appealing a lower court ruling is something that not every attorney is capable of doing, or willing to undertake. The research and writing skills associated with appellate work are different from trying cases. Our firm handles the appeals of our clients’ cases. This affords our attorneys a complete understanding of the trial record and issues in your case. The ability to make complete oral arguments before an appellate court and write legal briefs are crucial to a successful appeal. If you have questions about litigation and appellate work.