The Atlanta appeal lawyers of Brownstone Law are experienced professionals in the field of Atlanta Georgia appellate law. Appeal cases in Atlanta Georgia can be significantly more complex than trial court cases and require special experience to handle. Our appeal attorneys in Atlanta Georgia are experienced in the preparation of Georgia appellate briefs and offer compelling oral arguments for your case. Our Atlanta appeals lawyers are client-focused and we know that we succeed when you succeed. All of our passion for what we do is invested in each case. If you are considering appealing a case, contact us today at 1-(770) 284-3147 for your free and confidential consultation. We can provide the legal support for your appeals case. Brownstone is known for its innovative and thorough work and will fight for justice for you. We also handle Atlanta criminal appeals, as well as appeals throughout all Atlanta Courts of Appeal.
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One of the main types of cases that can be handled by our Atlanta appellate attorneys are federal criminal cases. Our firm handles a wide variety of criminal appeals in Atlanta, including drug crimes, drug trafficking, conspiracy, and firearm enhancements. Our Georgia appeal lawyers also handle health care fraud appeals which includes a wide variety of practices that take place in the health care profession, carried out by or for Medicare and Medicaid, by doctors, hospital, nursing homes, medical suppliers, and research laboratories. Health care fraud consists of things such as: billing for services that not actually completed or provided, billing for unnecessary medical services, double billing, upcoding, bundling, fraudulent cost reporting by providers, and kickbacks.Return to our main Georgia appeal lawyers page.
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In addition to complex cases like health care fraud, Brownstone’s appeals lawyers in Atlanta can also manage civil cases regarding medical malpractice, foreclosures, business law, environmental litigation, labor law, and more. Most of our work is done for a flat rate, and we can negotiate a payment plan that is right for you. Our appellate law firm can represent clients in the federal appeal courts of Georgia and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the United States Supreme Court. By striving for excellence, our firm has become one of the most experienced federal appellate law firms in the nation. We did so by creating value for our clients. We can represent large banks, individuals, corporations, and insurance carriers. Brownstone Appeals in Atlanta Georgia The experience of a Atlanta appeal attorney is essential, simply because appellate procedures are often very complex. We developed a winning approach to federal appellate litigation. Our Atlanta appeals lawyers are some of the most experienced litigators in the nation. Our roster includes former law clerks, former prosecutors, and members of the Order of Coif. Brownstone’s team of outstanding federal appeal lawyers serves clients across the United States and in Georgia. Most appeals in Atlanta start at the Court of Appeals in Fulton County Georgia.
Georgia Court Appeals are a sophisticated area of legal work. We provide a full range of appellate consulting services and appellate practice consultation.
We maintain a strong reputation for representing clients on appeal in all appellate courts in Georgia, including the Supreme Court. Criminal charges in Atlanta are not the same as state charges. It is important that you find an attorney who is skilled and experienced with appellate law, sentencing guidelines for appeals and the rules of appellate procedure. Contact our Atlanta appeals lawyers to review your case today. We can also handle civil appeals in Atlanta and appeals in Savannah. Connect with our criminal appeals attorneys in Atlanta (770) 284-3147.
Our firm has a reputation for appellate advocacy in state and federal courts. We write briefs for clients that are designed to win the argument on appeal. The civil appellate attorneys at our Atlanta, Georgia appellate law firm handle a wide variety of civil appeals in state courts including property, commercial disputes, contracts, torts, business disputes, family law, and corporate cases. Criminal appeals may mean the difference between obtaining a lower sentence, getting a new trial, or vacating a case. Choose the right law firm that has the background to win the argument on appeal. The appeal attorneys at our law office are experienced in all types of post-conviction relief, Georgia habeas corpus and federal writs. The appeals attorneys at our firm seek to represent clients in criminal cases and appeal a conviction or sentence
Our criminal Atlanta appeals lawyers know that facing unfavorable legal decisions can make you feel as though your whole life is over. The truth is, that is certainly not the case. The United States justice system has policies in place to make sure that you get the justice that you deserve – the appeals process. You can appeal on grounds that the sentence was excessive, the trial court made abuses of discretion, or legal mistakes or there were wrong jury instructions. Contact Brownstone’s Atlanta appeals lawyers to explore all of your options. We can handle criminal appeal cases including drug trafficking, insurance and financial fraud, business torts, copyright infringement, Medicare fraud, improper solicitation of patients, internet pharmacy violations, HUD appeals, customs enforcement and international trade commission appeals. In all these cases we may be able to secure new trials, reduced sentences or even acquittals.
Georgia Appellate litigation is often a complex matter that should be handled by appeals attorneys in Georgia. At Brownstone Law, we focus solely on appeals in Georgia to ensure our clients receive the representation they deserve when fighting for their rights following a conviction or sentence. Our Georgia appellate experience has prepared us to represent clients on difficult appeals in Georgia.
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Brownstone’s appeals lawyers, and Robert Sirianni have argued hundreds of appeals before various courts of appeal, including the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and United States Supreme Court.
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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.
Schedule your free consultation with Brownstone to understand your legal rights and options. We will advise you on whether it is a good decision to appeal and what you can appeal about.
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December 10, 2018
Case No. S18A1029.
In July of 2014, a jury found Willie Mizell guilty of malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, and concealing the death of another in connection with the death of Cassandra Bryant. Mizell was sentenced to life 1 The crimes occurred on October 8, 2003. On December 30, 2003, Mizell was indicted by a Fulton County grand jury for malice murder, felony murder based on the underlying felony of aggravated assault, aggravated assault, and concealing the death of another. After a jury trial in May 2005, Mizell was found guilty on all counts and sentenced to life for malice murder and 10 years for concealing a death, to be served concurrently. His motion for new trial was granted after the trial court found that the State had failed to comply with an order to test potentially exculpatory evidence. The trial court then granted Mizell’s motion to dismiss on the same ground, also finding that the State had acted in bad faith. Read about the criminal appeal in the Georgia Supreme Court: Georgia Criminal Appeals
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