Appeal Lawyers in Texas
Brownstone is dedicated and focused on appellate practice in both federal and state courts in Texas. Our appellate experience and reputation is unparalleled. We look forward to joining your trial team and representing your interest on appeal. Contact our Texas appeal lawyers today at (855) 776-2773.
Our law firm’s Texas appeal lawyers represent clients in complex civil and criminal appellate cases. Brownstone’s clients seek our appellate legal counsel for cases, as we represent clients from Laredo, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Austin, Fort Worth, El Paso, Arlington and Plano. We often appear before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal for the United States and the Supreme Court of the United States.
Civil Appeals Attorneys for Texas State and Federal Courts
The high level of experience and dedication of Brownstone’s Texas attorneys is part of our law firm culture. Apart from our level of appellate experience, Brownstone Texas appeals lawyers have a deep understanding of the rules of procedure at the federal and state appellate courts. Brownstone’s Texas appeals attorneys are always updated on newly passed legislation as well as amendments to existing laws. This means that we have the know how to come up with practical ideas on how to win a given appeal. Call our Texas Appeal Lawyers today at (855) 776-2773.
Hire a Texas Criminal Appellate Law Firm
Our Texas appeal lawyers also handle federal and state court criminal appeals. Crimes charged by the government can be appealed against after a conviction or sentencing has been made. A federal appeal can be filed right after the trial. We represent clients on appeals for felony and misdemeanor appeals in Texas. Upon conviction in a circuit court, the defendant has the right to file an appeal in the Circuit Court of Appeal. Brownstone handles appeals in each Circuit Court of Appeal. Our lawyers handle Texas Post-Conviction Relief and Habeas Corpus and Texas Federal Appeals.
The purpose of an appeal in Texas is to review decisions of the trial court or lower tribunal to determine if legal error has occurred. Legal error is harmful if it affects the outcome of the case. Appeals are not trials and are not intended to give a litigant a second opportunity to re-argue the facts of his or her case. The appellate court does not serve as a second jury. Texas appellate courts will review motions for summary judgment, jury trials, bench trials, and appeals of all final and non-final orders for lower court error.
Our firm works to deliver results in Texas state courts. We demand high quality work and brief writing as we deliver our appellate cases on time and with no surprises. Clients are informed along every step of the way.
Texas Post-Conviction and Habeas Corpus Petitions
Our attorneys have extensive experience at every step of a criminal defense case including federal criminal appeals and post-trial motions. From pretrial motions, to trial, to appeals, to the post-conviction phases of a case, our firm handles each case with attention and focus. Contact us if you need an attorney experienced in post-conviction, appellate, or habeas corpus matters such as rule 2254 or 2255. We often file motions under Motions for Ineffective Counsel. It may be possible through the application of these rules to take your cases back to trial court to raise additional grounds that you failed to raise in your appeal, such as newly discovered evidence or violation of constitutional rights or ineffective assistance of counsel. Evidence of the trust bestowed on our Texas criminal attorneys can be clearly seen from our expansive clientele that includes high profile citizens, renowned business moguls and the common folks. We have also successfully represented some of our Texas clients at the United States Supreme court. Some of the Supreme Court motions that we handle include but are not limited to motion of habeas corpus, motion for post-conviction relief, motion to vacate conviction and motion to withdraw plea.
In all the years that we have been practicing law, we always ensure that we obtain all the details of a given criminal case so as to strategize on how to present strong oral arguments. We sometimes get in touch with our clients’ trial legal team so as to obtain even the finest details of the criminal litigation. In case the criminal appeal goes through, the defendant can be acquitted, granted a new trial or have his/her sentence reduced. A Texas criminal appeals lawyer can help you get justice at any point after an initial verdict or judgment. There are a number of reasons why you may want to contact the appeal lawyers at Texas Brownstone Law, including inadequate or inefficient legal counsel during your initial trial, a violation of your civil rights during the proceedings, or any suspected judicial misconduct perpetrated by the judge during your trial.
If any of these things happened to you during your initial trial or legal proceedings, you have the right to appeal. Our experienced appellate attorneys at Texas Brownstone Law are here to help you get the justice you deserve. Because we specialize in appeals and only appeals, we have a unique perspective on getting the results that you will need to get on with your life. The Texas Criminal Appeals attorneys at Brownstone have represented clients from across Texas. We represent both businesses and individuals from Laredo, Waco, Arlington, Houston and Dallas.
The legal system may be extremely intimidating. The majority of Texas defendants are going to accept their sentences without questioning them and experience a lifelong sentence of injustice. Many times, as a criminal case is reviewed by talented Texas Criminal Appeals attorneys, probable causes for your unacceptable sentence are revealed. The process for a criminal appeal is made to provide defendants an additional opportunity to present a case in the presence of a higher court, like the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals or Texas Supreme Court. Our law firm also handles post-conviction motions for habeas corpus relief under Texas Rule 11.07.
Texas Appeal Lawyers
Brownstone Law is one of Texas’s premier appellate law firms. With a sole and dogged focus on the appellate process, the Texas appeal lawyers at Brownstone Law handle everything from criminal appeals to civil appeals, up to and including cases tried at the federal level. If you have faced a wrongful criminal conviction or been handed a civil judgment that does not seem fair, the experienced appeal lawyers at Brownstone Law are here to help you! Contact our Texas appeal lawyers at (855) 776-2773.