Why Hire an Atlanta Appeals Attorney?

If an error of law was committed at the trial could have substantially altered the verdict, then you must appeal in a Georgia appellate court. Errors can be anything from an incorrect interpretation of a Charter right and wrongful admission of evidence to providing wrong directions to the jury on an important question of law.

To pursue grounds of unreasonable verdict, a persuasive brief explaining the weakness of the evidence must be presented. This approach, is however, less taken (unless there are strong reasons to consider it) as appeal courts are neither interested in nor in a position to assess all the evidence presented at trial.

If there exist both factual errors and errors of law, then you can appeal on the grounds of a miscarriage of justice. Instances include a biased jury member or the judge refusing to provide the non-English speaking defendant an interpreter.

Georgia Appeal Lawyers

  • Appeal lawyers for Georgia and civil and criminal appeals. Connect with our appeals attorneys for Atlanta, Savannah, Columbus, Macon, and Augusta.
  • 2870 Peechtree Road, Atlanta, Georgia, 30305, US
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  • (770) 284-3147
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