Appeal Lawyers in Georgia

Brownstone’s appellate law firm works with clients across the state of Georgia to handle complex civil and criminal appeals. Our Georgia appeal lawyers can handle all types of appeals, and can offer a commitment to deliver results to clients facing the appellate process in Georgia state courts, including the Georgia Supreme Court and Georgia Courts of Appeal. Brownstone Law cultivates a highly creative team atmosphere to bring results to our clients. Contact our Georgia Appeals Lawyers at (404) 850-9812 for a free consultation. Georgia appeal lawyers Our Georgia appeal lawyers are able to handle federal appeals in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. The lawyers at our firm work on criminal and civil appeals in federal courts. A federal attorney in Atlanta Georgia can assist you with federal appeals and will provide representation for clients who need their conviction or sentence overturned. The goal of our appellate law firm in Georgia is to make the most of all legal options for our clients in Atlanta, Savannah, and Augusta.

Georgia Appellate Litigation Law Firm 

Contact us and we will analyze your case to determine what options may be available to you. Crimes are charged by the federal government and the defendant has the right to appeal the decision of the court. Once the judgment has been passed, the defendant can file a direct appeal. Read more about our appeals in Georgia:

Our law firm also handles civil appeals.  Hire an appellate law firm who can handle civil appeals, including ERISA, SEC, business torts, multi-state litigation, energy, oil and gas, insurance defense, and environmental cases. Our Georgia appellate attorneys have the knowledge that is required to represent clients on appeal. There is an advantage that a federal appellate lawyer adds to the trial team. Our firm will maximize chances of success. Criminal Appeal Lawyers in Atlanta Georgia  The appeal attorneys at Brownstone represent clients before the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta, Georgia. We also provide representation before the United States Supreme Court. Act fast when appealing a federal appeal. An appeal from a federal criminal appeal in a U.S. District Court in Georgia must be taken within 14 days from the date of rendition of the order to be reviewed. If the full appeal and brief is not filed within that time frame, the case will be dismissed for lack of jurisdiction. Our Georgia appeal lawyers are able to handle appeals in order to withdraw a plea, reduce a federal sentence, obtain a new trial, or vacate a case. The federal attorneys at our Georgia law firm may also handle motions to vacate a case or conviction under rule 2254 and 2255. We can be the legal help you need to represent you in any civil, criminal and post-conviction appeal. We are licensed to appear in the Georgia Court of Appeals, Supreme Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit and the United States Supreme Court. Call our Atlanta Georgia Appeal Lawyers today at (404) 850-9812 to schedule your free initial consultation so our attorneys can review your case.


Experienced Criminal Appeal Lawyers in Georgia

You have the right to appeal your sentencing and conviction. The case is open till you have filed your appeal or waived your right to do so. We will be able to guide you through the process and educate you on your rights in federal appeals. You need a federal appeal lawyer to help you understand the process and enlighten you about the options available to you. To learn more about how Brownstone can help with Georgia criminal appeals, contact us for a free consultation today. We can also handle criminal appeals and post-conviction relief throughout the state.

When you appeal on the grounds of any error made at the trial level, the error must be a substantial one as opposed to a harmless one with little or no impact on the result. Taking harmless errors out of the picture, you now have two grounds for appeal: the trial court made a serious error of law or procedure (plain error), or the evidence does not support the verdict.

A plain error is defined as one that affecting the defendant’s constitutional rights. In this case, the error may not have been brought to the judge’s attention during the trial. Appeals based on inadequate evidence are rarely successful. As appellate courts don’t hear witness testimonies, opening and closing statements, or see the presentation of evidence, they are not really well-equipped to evaluate the weight of the evidence. This is why they often give trial courts leeway and support their verdict.

In 2015 appeals case Armentrout v. The State involving John Creek Police Department’s police checkpoint program, the Georgia Court of Appeals held that the state was wrong in detaining the defendant at a roadblock set up by the police. After stopping the defendant, police had arrested her and charged her with DUI. She pursued a motion to suppress the evidence gathered from the traffic stop, arguing that the checkpoint was unlawful. The Fulton Court Judge presiding over the trial denied Armentrout’s motion to suppress, which the Georgia Court of Appeals deemed as an error, contending that the state had failed to prove that the checkpoint program had “an appropriate primary purpose”. Connect with our Georgia Appeal Lawyers (404) 850-9812.

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News and Publications: Atlanta Georgia Appeal Cases


United States v. Bhardwaaj Seecharan

January 30, 2013

Case No. 12-15231

Brownstone Law seek to challenge a criminal conviction and sentence for a federal mortgage based conspiracy before the Eleventh Circuit in Atlanta Georgia. Read the 11th Circuit Court of Appeal by clicking here.  Bhardwaai Seecheran v. United States – Federal Criminal.

Read more about this case from the FBI website:  11th Circuit Court of Appeals; Seecharan Appeals to Overturn Case

Raysoni v. Payless Auto

November 17, 2014

Case No. 13G1826

To make out a claim at common law for fraud, a plaintiff must show not only that he relied upon some misrepresentation, but he must show as well that his reliance was reasonable.  Read more about this civil appeal case in Georgia by clicking here: Supreme Court of Georgia Civil Appeal on Common Law Fraud.  Supreme Court of Georgia Opinion – Raysoni v. Payless Auto


Walker v. State of Georgia

November 17, 2014

Case No. S14A0674

Walker appeals, contending that the evidence is insufficient to sustain his convictions, that the trial court erred when it excluded the testimony of a defense witness, and that he was denied the effective assistance of counsel. Read more about this Georgia Supreme Court Criminal Appeal:  Georgia Supreme Court Criminal Appeal – Walker v. State


The Georgia Court of Appeals hear both civil appeals and criminal appeals. The court of appeals is located in Atlanta.
47 Trinity Avenue S.W
Atlanta, Georgia
Phone: (404) 656-3450