Massachusetts Appeal Lawyers

An appeal in Massachusetts is a very complicated matter, typically handled by trained lawyers who follow the Massachusetts Rules of appellate procedure. At Brownstone Law, we know that every appeals case is unique, which is why we think outside of the box when it comes to developing a strategy for winning your appeal. We treat each and every appeal as though it is our only case. No matter how complex your appeal may become, at Brownstone Law, we are committed to staying the course with you. Contact us (855) 776-2773 for a free consultation.

If you worry that your life may be effectively over based on a recent court settlement or criminal conviction, you can rest easy. The appeals attorneys at Brownstone Law are here to help you use the United States appeals process to get the justice that you deserve! Our Massachusetts appeal lawyers will discuss your case and can represent both businesses and individuals in Boston, Worcester, Springfield, New Bedford, Cambridge and Lowell.

Contact our Massachusetts appeal attorneys to review your case involving:

Massachusetts Appeal Lawyers

  • Supreme Court of the United States
  • Federal Criminal Appeals
  • Petition for Writ of Certiorari
  • Anti-Trust
  • Employee Benefits
  • ERISA
  • Securities
  • Banking + Financial Services
  • Constitutional
  • SEC Enforcement
  • Tax
  • White Collar
  • RICO
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • Medicare/Medicaid Fraud

Massachusetts Appeals Law Firm

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The Massachusetts appeal lawyers at Brownstone may offer effective and capable appellate representation to our clients, ensuring that they have the best chance of winning their federal appeal regardless of the complexities involved. 

Criminal Appeal Attorneys in Massachusetts

Some of the criminal appeals that may handle include insurance fraud, illegal drug importation, medical negligence, internet pharmacy violations false medical claims, trademark disputes and copyright violation. Our appellate attorneys are also proficient and fast in filing motion to vacate convictions, motion to withdraw plea, motion to reduce sentence and petition for writ of certiorari. A motion of habeas corpus is normally the last resort for defendants who have exhausted all their appeal rights. 

Grounds to appeal a conviction

There are several grounds on which defendants can appeal a given ruling by the trial court. For instance, an appeal can be filed under the successive petitions or newly discovered evidence- 2241. An appeal can also be filed at the state or federal appellate courts in cases of excessive sentencing, or unconstitutional verdicts. Trial judges who misapply the rules of civil or criminal procedure may also force the defendant to appeal.

Appeals can take the form of family law, civil appeals, environmental law, criminal law, business, land law, medical and the list continues. With so many types of appeals, you need to call Brownstone Law to see how we can help you with your case. In speaking with a well versed appeals attorney, you will see that your case will be seen before a judge for review. You have a right to protect your rights within the court system. Contact Brownstone Law’s Massachusetts appeal lawyers today.


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News and Publications: Massachusetts Appeal Cases

United States v. Robert Robinson 
July 15, 2013
Case No. 12-2336
Michael Brownlee

In this First Circuit Court of Appeal Case, the Appellant contest a criminal case in Boston Federal Appeal Court wherein the Appellant requested new counsel in a criminal federal conspiracy case. Read More about this Criminal Appeal by clicking here. United States v. Robert Robinson


Courts of Appeals in Massachusetts

Massachusetts Supreme Court

One Pemberton Square
Boston
MA
02108