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Appellate Litigation Attorneys in Illinois

The federal lawyers at our firm may handle appeals before the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal for the United States and U.S. Supreme Court. Clients from across Illinois can seek out our firm for federal civil appeals.

 

Appeal Lawyers in Illinois

 

Pleading guilty or no contest does not mean you do not have a chance to file a federal appeal. Appeals in Chicago, Illinois may be allowed for orders suppressing evidence, orders dismissing charges before trial, orders on motions to dismiss, finding of incompetency or insanity, discharge under the speedy trial rule, discharge under habeas corpus, a judgment of acquittal, cross-appeals, the arrest of judgment, downward departures and restitution orders. Even after a trial, the state and prosecutor can appeal federal orders granting a new trial or a judgment of acquittal after a guilty verdict.  Our appellate attorney in Illinois handle cases from Cook County, DuPage County, Lake County, Will County, Kane County, McHenry County, Winnebago County, Madison County, St. Clair  County, Champaign County, Sangamon County, Peoria County, and McLean County Illinois.

Connect with our appellate law firm in Illinois today 1-(312) 248-7101. 

The firm shares a unique commitment to federal appellate litigation in Illinois. Clients from across the nation can seek the counsel of our firm to argue important cases in federal court. We can argue precedent-setting cases; cases that matter; case where our clients need to obtain results. We have former law clerks, former prosecutors, and members of the Order of Coif that have handled hundreds of criminal and civil appeals. The lawyers in our firm may also handle federal appeals in Chicago. They will ensure that your appeal is fast-tracked, well planned and executed in order to increase your chances of winning the case. If you live in Illinois, Brownstone Law is here to have your appeal reviewed. The law firm also handles post conviction petitions in Illinois.

Filing an Illinois Appeal

The notice of appeal must be filed within 30 days of the judgment or order you wish to appeal. It is your formal notice to the court that you are appealing the trial court’s decision. The settled statement is a formal written summary of the proceedings and evidence in the trial court. We are knowledgeable with the Illinois Rules of Appellate Procedure so that all appeals follow the proper method and timing. The statement must contain your grounds for appeal and is designed to assist the appellate judges in reviewing your case. You are required to file a settled statement; the use of a transcript is optional. If you choose to use a transcript, you are responsible for arranging and paying for its preparation.

Contact Brownstone’s Illinois appeal attorneys to schedule your free initial consultation at 1-(312) 248-7101.

Federal Appeal Lawyers In Illinois

Our unique Illinois federal appellate practice group appeals cases throughout the state of Illinois. We are strong advocates when it comes to fighting for your rights, and will deliver results that matter when it comes to appeals in Illinois. Contact our Illinois federal appeal lawyers at 1-(312) 248-7101 to schedule your free initial consultation. Our attorneys also focus on Illinois civil appeals, Illinois criminal appeals and federal appeals in Illinois.

The Illinois federal appeal attorneys at Brownstone briefcases in every appellate court across the United States, including the United States Supreme Court and Seventh Circuit Court of Appeal for the United States.

Federal Criminal Appeal Attorneys in Illinois

The Illinois federal appeal lawyers at Brownstone are recognized for their prominence on appeal and are committed to each of their federal clients. The federal appellate practice team combines powerful skills and experience which means Brownstone presents the best possible opportunities for their clients, handling both civil and criminal appeals, including federal habeas corpus in Illinois.

Brownstone appears before the United States Supreme Court. Our lawyers are unique and have a remarkable reputation in the country. We will fight every aspect of the case to develop a winning strategy for the federal appeal. Years of experience has taught Brownstone attorneys how to prepare the best possible case for a winning appeal.

Contact our appellate lawyers in Illinois at 1-(312) 248-7101

Our federal appeal lawyers in Illinois handle civil and federal crime appeals. Most of our appeals come from Chicago. The issues we handle are challenging and complex. Our Chicago appellate practice is 100% devoted to civil and criminal appellate matters.

 

Appeal Lawyers in Illinois

 

Our Illinois federal appeal lawyers represent clients before the United States Supreme Court and the United States Courts of Appeal. The attorneys at Brownstone are licensed in the United States Supreme Court and all 13 federal appellate courts in the Country. Our law firm is led by Robert Sirianni appeals lawyers in Illinois. Handling difficult appeals in a broad range of areas, our Illinois appeal attorneys bring sophisticated federal appellate advocacy and skilled communication, to each and every appeal.

Clients rely on Brownstone to represent them before the federal courts of appeal in Chicago. Our skilled Illinois federal appeal lawyers practice all types of issues in federal court and address the major concerns of our clients. Nationally recognized for our appellate work, we strive to deliver results and strategic solutions for our clients at the federal court appeal level.

Illinois Federal Crime Appeal Lawyers

The federal appeal attorneys at Brownstone have extensive federal appellate experience in federal appeals in matters related to constitutional law, criminal, white collar, SEC, consumer fraud, insurance, RICO, Class Actions and environmental. We have particular abilities in Chicago appellate practice to advance any federal case.

At the forefront of our Chicago federal practice is our unique team of appellate litigators. Our firm handles federal criminal appeals throughout Illinois, having represented hundreds of clients throughout the country on complex federal appeals. The firm works on drug appeals, drag trafficking, drug possession, federal crimes, and drug manufacturing. We have a distinctive and vast federal criminal appeal practice in Chicago, Illinois. Our Illinois appeals attorneys are seasoned in all areas of federal criminal practice. Several of our Chicago, Illinois federal appeal lawyers are former prosecutors, former law clerks, and former government lawyers.

What Cities Have Federal Appeals Lawyers in Illinois

  • Chicago
  • Aurora
  • Rockford
  • Joliet
  • Naperville
  • Springfield
  • Peoria
  • Elgin
  • Cicero
News and Publications: Illinois Appeals
The People of the State of Illinois v. Dennis Clark (2018)
Case No. 1222495, Supreme Court of Illinois

A jury convicted defendant Dennis Clark of the Class 2 felony delivery of a controlled substance (cocaine). 720 ILCS 570/401(d)(i). Because of his prior criminal convictions, defendant was sentenced to a Class X term of 15 years’ imprisonment. The Cook County circuit court also imposed several monetary charges, including a $2 Public Defender Records Automation Fund charge (55 ILCS 5/3-4012 (West 2014)), a $2 State’s Attorney Records Automation Fund charge (id. § 4-2002.1(c)), a $15 Court Document Storage Fund charge (705 ILCS 105/27.3c (West 2014)), a $190 “Felony Complaint Filed, (Clerk)” charge (id. § 27.2a(w)(1)(A)), a $25 “Court Services (Sheriff)” charge (55 ILCS 5/5-1103 (West 2014)), and a $15 court automation charge (705 ILCS 105/27.3a (West 2014)). On appeal, defendant challenged his conviction, the charges listed above, and other charges imposed by the trial court. The Illinois appellate court, relying on People v. Warren, 2016 IL App (4th) 120721-B, ¶¶ 114-16, People v. Bowen, 2015 IL App (1st) 132046, ¶¶ 63-65, and People v. Tolliver, 363 Ill. App. 3d 94, 97 (2006), held that the six charges initially appealed to this court were fees, affirming the trial court. 2017 IL App (1st) 150740-U. We granted defendant’s petition for leave to appeal. Ill. S. Ct. R. 315 (eff. Mar. 15, 2016). Read more about this criminal appeals in IllinoisIllinois Criminal Appeals

Ann Bogie v. Joan Rivers

October 15th, 2012, Case No. 12-1923, Robert Sirianni, Jr.

Ann Bogie sues Joan Rivers, the famous TV personality for invasion of privacy. Read more about this Illinois federal Appeal by clicking here. Ann Bogie v. Joan Rivers – Illinois Federal Appeal

People v. Darren Denson

November 30, 2014, Case No. 2014-IL-116231

On appeal, the defendant argued that the trial court erred in (1) admitting the coconspirator statements that were the subject of the State’s motion in limine, and (2) allowing the State to elicit a prior consistent statement from one of its witnesses. With respect to defendant’s first argument, the appellate court held that defendant forfeited review of this issue both because he (1) failed to file a motion in limine of his own to exclude those statements; and (2) failed to raise a contemporaneous objection when the State introduced those statements at trial. Read more about this Illinois Criminal Appeal by clicking here. Illinois Criminal Appeal – People v. Darren Denson

People v. Illinois Commerce Commission

November 20, 2014, Case No. 2014-IL-116642

At issue in this appeal is whether the appellate court erred when it dismissed the State’s petition for direct review of an order by the Illinois Commerce Commission on the grounds that the State’s notice of appeal was untimely and therefore insufficient to invoke the appellate court’s jurisdiction.

Read more about this Illinois Civil Appeal by clicking here. Illinois Civil Appeal – Lisa Madigan v. Illinois Commerce Commission

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