Find an appellate law attorney in District of Columbia to appeal from a decision or verdict of a trial court.
Appellate law attorneys tend to focus on appeals in either civil matters such as family law or in criminal matters in either state or federal court.
In addition to filing a brief to explain the issues on appeal, the appellate attorney might also make an oral argument before the court.
The appellate court will review the decisions and actions of the trial court and may affirm, reverse or remand the case.
Appellate law attorneys can also file a petition to a higher appellate court to review the case after a ruling on appeal. Appellate lawyers in District of Columbia can also file interlocutory appeals or appellate writs.
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