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FloridaAppellate Law Lawyers in Saint Lucie County, Florida

Find an appellate law attorney in Saint Lucie County, Florida 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 Saint Lucie County, Florida can also file interlocutory appeals or appellate writs.

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Julie Kay Oldehoff

Julie Kay Oldehoff
19th Judicial Circuit
218 S 2nd St
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Licensed for 37 years, Julie Kay Oldehoff is a Appellate Law and Civil Trial Law lawyer who attended University of Virginia School of Law... read more >

Ashley Nicole Minton

Ashley Nicole Minton
Minton Law, P.A.
207 S 2nd St
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Licensed for 15 years, Ashley Nicole Minton is a Criminal Defense and Civil Rights lawyer who attended University of San Diego School of La... read more >

David Milo Lamos

David Milo Lamos
Law Office of David M. Lamos
805 Delaware Ave
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Licensed for 33 years, David Milo Lamos is a Family Law and Personal Injury lawyer who attended Michigan State University College of Law... read more >

John Walter Chapman

John Walter Chapman
John Chapman
3115 NW Radcliffe Way
Palm City, FL 34990
Licensed for 22 years, John Walter Chapman is a Real Estate Law and Bankruptcy lawyer who attended Florida State University College of Law... read more >

Rickey L Farrell

Rickey L Farrell
Rickey L. Farrell, Attorney at Law, P.A.
1597 SE Port St Lucie Blvd
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952
Licensed for 42 years, Rickey L Farrell is a Business Law and Real Estate Law lawyer who attended Western Michigan University Thomas M. Coo... read more >

Michael Robert Grant

Michael Robert Grant
2608 S 27th St
Fort Pierce, FL 34981
Licensed for 19 years, Michael Robert Grant is a Criminal Defense and Employment Law lawyer who attended University of Houston Law Center... read more >

Andrea Johnson White

Andrea Johnson White
Office of the Attorney General
121 N 2nd St Ste 401
Fort Pierce, FL 34950
Licensed for 20 years, Andrea Johnson White is a Family Law and Appellate Law lawyer who attended Shepard Broad Law Center - Nova Southeast... read more >
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Certified in Appellate Practice

Florida Bar Board Certification in Appellate Law - The term "appellate practice' is defined as dealing with "recognition and preservation of error committed by lower tribunals, and the presentation of argument concerning the presence or absence of such error to state or federal appellate courts through brief writing, writ and motion practice and oral argument."


Lawyers certified in Appellate Law by the Florida Board of Legal Specialization have met the minimum standards for appellate practice certification. The standards set out in Rule 6-13.3, include the practice of law for at least 5 years, substantial involvement in the specialty of appellate practice (30% or more); handling of at least 25 appellate actions and 5 appellate oral arguments, 45 hours of approved appellate practice certification continuing legal education. Attorneys must also submit to peer review and written examination.


Rule 6-13.2 defines an appellate practice to include "evaluation and consultation regarding potential appellate issues or remedies in connection with proceedings in the lower tribunal prior to the initiation of the appellate process."


An appellate action seeks to review the decision of a lower tribunal in the state court, a federal district court, a United States court of appeals, or the Supreme Court of the United States.


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