Appeal Lawyers in Jacksonville Florida

Brownstone Law of Jacksonville Florida is a unique law firm focused solely on appeals cases. We can help you appeal your criminal or civil suit and obtain justice. Our Jacksonville appeal lawyers are some of the most experienced, with particular skill in legal research and writing, and oral argument preparation. A person or business may decide to appeal in cases where there has been an excessive verdict. We represent our clients in appeals where the trial court gave an incorrect verdict or in an unfair trial. Misapplication of rules of civil or criminal procedure or wrong jury instructions is also one of the reasons that may force a defendant to appeal. Our Jacksonville appellate attorneys handle cases all throughout Florida.

Contact our Appeal Lawyer in Jacksonville cases at 1-(904) 758-9047.

We recognize that each appeal brings new challenges. Our Jacksonville appellate law firm values trust and respect for our clients in Duval County Florida. We seek to work on each case as a team in order to present a complete argument on appeal. When you are ready to have your case reviewed, contact our appeal lawyers to schedule your free initial consultation.

Our appellate attorneys handle appeals in cities throughout Florida including: Jacksonville and Jacksonville Beach.  The criminal appeals and civil appeals procedure are governed under the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure for all types of appeals and writs in Florida.

Contact our appellate attorneys today for a free consultation today at 1-904-758-9047 for a free consultation.

Jacksonville Florida Criminal Appellate Law Firm

The Jacksonville criminal appeal lawyers at our firm are recognized for our excellence. We have a reputation for vigorous advocacy and fight for post-conviction relief in Jacksonville Florida. Our law firm has a robust civil appellate division dedicated to both individuals and corporations throughout Florida.

Are you a disgruntled convict who feels like your trial was unfair or the court made legal mistakes or abuses of discretion? Well, you are in the right place because we are here to help you in the appeal process. Each year, our Jacksonville appeal lawyers handle many civil and criminal appeal cases at the federal, state and supreme courts. At Brownstone, we appreciate that filing an appeal is very different from the trial court process due to the complicated rules and tight deadlines to be adhered to. This is why we are the only appellate law firm that focuses on appeal cases only. All we do is conduct painstaking research to ensure that we are up to date on new legislation and can therefore present strong arguments at the appellate courts.

A criminal appeal is brought to review a matter arising from a criminal case. If you have been convicted of a crime in circuit court, you can file a direct appeal of the conviction and sentence to the District Court of Appeal. The district court also has the jurisdiction to hear the writs of habeas corpus, certiorari, prohibition or mandamus in certain exceptional circumstances prior to trial and after judgment.

In matters of criminal appeal, time is of the essence. You have to meet the deadlines to file an appeal so that your case can be reviewed by the appellate court. Our Jacksonville appeals attorneys review your case comprehensively and order a copy of your trial transcripts for assessment to determine if an appeal is the best route.

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Appeals Attorneys in Jacksonville

Legal practitioners can attest to the fact that the Supreme Court appellate process is challenging and difficult when compared to the trial court process. Defendants are therefore obligated to source for appeals lawyers who are highly experienced in the rules of appellate procedure. This way, the defendant is assured that his/her appeal will prevail. With Brownstone, defendants have the highest probability of winning their Supreme Court appeals because our attorneys are experienced at preparing legal writs and briefs.

The types of cases in Jacksonville Florida that we have handled in the past have included:

  • Insurance fraud
  • Tax evasion
  • Medicare fraud Parental sharing
  • Child custody
  • Financial crimes
  • Growing medical marijuana
  • Cocaine possession
  • Shareholder disputes
  • Business torts
  • Copyright infringement
  • Deportation
  • Business permits
  • Negligence in the practice of medicine and improper solicitation of patients.

Our appellate law firm in Florida represents fortune 500 companies, individuals, businesses and small companies across the nation, and will handle all types of complex Florida appeals. We will take the time to ensure that the facts of your case are obtained to create a solid strategy for your case. Let our appeals attorneys in Florida review your case and determine the options available to you. We will also create a strong argument that will be presented in court.

Contact Brownstone Law’s Florida appeals attorneys today at (904) 758-9047 for more information or email Robert Sirianni Jr to learn more about appealing your case.

Our appellate lawyers for Jacksonville Florida are also gifted orators and can therefore be verbally persuasive. In the years that we have been in this field, we have handled appeal cases such as business litigation, federal deportations, illegal drug possession, financial crimes, international trade commission appeals, business permits, property disputes, tax evasion appeals and more. In the Medicare field we have won many cases such as internet pharmacy violation appeals, over-billing, healthcare fraud, improper solicitation and inappropriate contact with patients and negligence in the practice of medicine. We handle both criminal and civil cases. A civil appeal is brought to review a matter arising from a civil case. Most commonly, the review takes place by appeal of a final order of a circuit court. Appeals from certain limited orders entered by the circuit court before the final judgment may be heard by the district court. The orders are outlined in Florida Rule of Appellate Procedure 9.130.

Jacksonville Florida Appeal Lawyers

Our Jacksonville appeal lawyers defend the interests of our clients in both federal and state courts. We have deep experience in criminal appellate cases handling matters from RICO to white collar crime. We have decades of experience in the field of criminal appeals and defense with lawyers that are former prosecutors. Most appeals in Jacksonville Florida are held before the Duval appellate courts.

In state courts, appellants are required to serve the initial brief within 70 days of filing the notice of appeal. Appellees must submit answer briefs within 20 days after service of the initial brief, and appellants must then submit reply briefs within 20 days after the service of the answer brief. In federal court, appellants are required to serve the principal brief within 40 days after the record has been filed, while appellees must submit the response brief within 30 days after the appellant’s brief has been served. The appellant then has 14 days after the service of the appellee’s brief to submit the reply briefs.

We always conduct painstaking legal research in order to present strong and convincing oral arguments at the state or federal appeal courts. Evidence of the trust and credibility that we enjoy can be clearly seen from the high number of Jacksonville residents that we are representing in civil and criminal appeals.

Contact our Jacksonville appeal lawyers today to schedule your free initial consultation 1-(904) 758-9047.

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News and Publications: Jacksonville Appeal Cases

RBS Citizens N.A. filed a verified foreclosure complaint against homeowners Douglas and Ruth Reynolds.  The trial court entered a nonfinal order granting the Reynoldses’ motion to dismiss.  We relinquished jurisdiction to allow the trial court to enter an appealable, final order.  The trial court subsequently entered an order dismissing RBS’s complaint, without leave to amend, solely on the basis that RBS’s certification of possession of the original promissory note was not notarized.  Teh appellate court in Florida reversed because the operative statute imposes no such notarization requirement. Section 702.015(4), Florida Statutes (2015), requires a foreclosure plaintiff in possession of the original promissory note to file under penalty of perjury a certification that it is in possession of the original promissory note. Read more about this Florida Civil Appeal in Jacksonville:  Jacksonville Florida Civil Appeals

Norman Mckenzie v. State of Florida

December 11, 2014

Norman Blake McKenzie appeals an order entered in the circuit court summarily denying his motion to vacate his convictions of first-degree murder and habeas petitions. A jury convicted Norman Blake McKenzie of the first-degree murders of Randy Wayne Peacock and Charles Frank Johnston. McKenzie v. State, 29 So. 3d 272, 277 (Fla. 2010). The jury recommended the death penalty by a vote of ten to two for each murder. Id. Following that recommendation, the trial court sentenced McKenzie to death for the murders. After discharging counsel, McKenzie represented himself during both the guilt and penalty phases of trial, as well as during the Spencer hearing

Read more about this Florida Supreme Court Criminal appeal here: Florida Supreme Court Criminal Appeal – Norman Mckenzie v. State of Florida

State of Florida v. John Michael Alai

March 21st, 2013; Robert L. Sirianni Jr., Esq.

This court has jurisdiction over this matter pursuant to Section 26.012 of Florida Statutes. The following facts are attested to by the Defendant in the attached oath. Read more about this Florida appeal here: Florida v. Alai – Florida Fourth Judicial Circuit – Post-Conviction Relief

Appellate Attorneys in Jacksonville Florida

  • 4320 Deerwood Lake Parkway, Jacksonville, FL, 32216, US
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  • (904) 758-9047

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