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Tennessee Appeal Lawyers

Tennessee Appeal Lawyers

Appeals Attorneys in Tennessee | Tennessee Appeals

The appeals lawyers at our Tennessee appellate law firm handle complex civil and criminal appeals. Our appeals attorneys in Tennessee handle cases across the state. 100% of our legal representation is devoted to Tennessee civil and criminal appeals in state and federal appellate cases. Our appeal attorneys for Tennessee handle cases from Chattanooga, Knoxville, Nashville to Memphis. Our clients include both businesses, individuals, corporations and corporate officers. Contact our Tennessee Appeal Lawyers today at 1-901-584-0414 for a free consultation.

Our areas of appeals include commercial appeals, business appeals, family law appeals, criminal law appeals in Tennessee, federal court appeals, tort appeals, estate and probate appeals, and medical or healthcare appeals

Connect with lead appellate lawyer Robert Sirianni to discuss your case 1-901-584-0414

Criminal Appeal Lawyers in Tennessee

Tennessee Criminal Appeal Lawyers

The Tennessee appeal lawyers at our law firm pinpoint the factors that can influence the appeal. Our Tennessee appellate law firm takes on appeals related to various disciplines of the law, including drug trafficking, drug transportation, drug possession, drug distribution, Racketeering, white collar crime, pyramid schemes, securities fraud, and wire fraud. The firm represents clients on a wide variety of appeals in Tennessee criminal courts. Our firm works to find the most up to date case law for our clients facing a criminal conviction and sentence. The appeal lawyers in Tennessee at Brownstone Law also handle cases from Sumner County, Sullivan County, Davidson County, Shelby County, Rutherford County, Knox County, Williamson County, Montgomery County, Blount County, and Sullivan County Tennessee.

Our Tennessee appellate lawyers present challenging issues. We are familiar with the Tennessee Rules of Appellate Procedure to ensure a successful strategy on appeal. Success is based on an ability to understand the trial court process and identify the legal issues on which an appeal can rest. Our law firm handles all types of criminal appeals in Tennessee including drug cases, drug trafficking, felony appeals, DUI appeals, complex financial crimes, white collar crime and public corruption.

Our appellate firm provides the most recent case law research when it comes to understanding the law. Brownstones Tennessee appellate attorneys focus on the best arguments to present in front of every appellate court, including the United States Supreme Court. It is our goal to collect the necessary facts and documents that enable us to create a solid argument for winning your case. Click the link to the Tennessee Courts of Appeal webpage to track an appeal.  The lawyers at our appellate litigation law firm also handle Tennessee post conviction petition and writs of habeas corpus.

The appeal process in Tennessee corrects mistakes that judges and prosecutors make during trial. Even the defendant’s own trial court attorney may not provide competent and effective representation. However, the case may be appealed to a higher court. Our Tennessee criminal appeal attorneys handle cases throughout Tennessee. We focus on felony appeals, drug appeals, drug trafficking, drug possession, drug manufacturing, conspiracy, and all other felony crimes in Tennessee.

If you or someone close to you has been convicted of a crime in Tennessee, it is important to consult with an experienced criminal appeals attorney in Tennessee as soon as possible. BROWNSTONE and our appellate attorneys provide legal counsel and experienced advocacy focused reversing the convictions. We aim to provide the best possible results for clients and their families.

Tennessee Appeal Lawyers

Tennessee Federal Appeal Lawyer

The Tennessee Federal appellate attorneys at Brownstone practice appeals before the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeal and Supreme Court of the United States. Our Tennessee appeal lawyers handle appeals in a wide variety of industries including but not limited to the admiralty, antitrust, biotech, patent, commercial and business torts, contracts, construction, energy and natural resources, ERISA, tax, intellectual property, mining and minerals, media and environmental torts. Federal Appellate litigation can be complex compared to traditional trial practice, which often requires the knowledge and expertise of an appeals lawyer. They understand the intricate details of appellate litigation to create a solid, winning argument for your appeal.

Connect our Tennessee appeal lawyers at 1-901-584-0414

Tennessee Appeals The appellate team at Brownstone represents clients from Memphis to Nashville. We have a track record of success representing clients on appeal before the appellate Courts. Our core value means we maintain a commitment to excellence in the practice of appeals as well as a profound dedication to ethics and professionalism in the practice of law. Our appellate experience encompasses a broad range of issues under Tennessee law. A key aspect of our success is our appellate team of attorneys. Our federal appeals lawyers in Tennessee are also experienced in federal sentencing issues and Section 2553 motions. We have former law clerks, prosecutors, and members of the Order of the Coif that are part of our law firm. Our Tennessee appeal lawyers produce the quality briefs and arguments for our clients on appeal. Contact our law firm to review your case. Let our Tennessee appeal attorneys represent you. We are ready to review your case to help determine what options are available and which ones. Connect with our appeals lawyers for Tennessee at 1-(901) 584-0414.

News and Publications: Tennessee Appeals Cases

State of Tennessee v. Christopher Simmons (2018)

Appeal from Davidson County 
Case No. 1024-D-3063

This is a civil matter concerning an alleged implied consent violation committed by Defendant/Appellant Christopher Bernard Simmons.  On September 15, 2013, police responded to a car collision in Nashville, Tennessee.  Upon arrival, Mr. Simmons was standing near the wreck. Due to Mr. Simmons’s condition and the smell of alcohol on his person, a police officer asked Mr. Simmons to perform a field sobriety test. Mr. Simmons refused, responding “all rights reserved.” Mr. Simmons thereafter supplied the police with his driver’s license, again stating “all rights reserved” and informing others at the scene that he was not subject to Tennessee’s laws and that the officers had no right to arrest him.  The police thereafter placed Mr. Simmons under arrest for driving under the influence (“DUI”), read the implied consent form to Mr. Simmons, and told Mr. Simmons that they were requesting that he perform a chemical test for intoxicants, either a breath, urine, or blood test, and that his refusal would result in a violation of the implied consent law. When asked if he understood, Mr. Simmons responded: “With all rights reserved and no, I do not understand.” Mr. Simmons refused to perform any tests or to sign the implied consent form.  Read More about this criminal Court of Appeals case in TennesseeTennessee Criminal Appeals

United States of America v. Jeffrey Whaley

May 14th, 2014, Case No. 13-5931, Robert L. Sirianni Jr., Esq.

The Government mischaracterizes Mr. Whaley’s first argument on appeal. Mr. Whaley raised a substantive argument: the district court violated his due process rights when it deprived him of the opportunity to present his advice of counsel defense. Instead of addressing the substantive argument, the Government attempts to reframe the argument in procedural terms, suggesting that the district court properly denied severance and precluded hearsay evidence. (Gov’t Brief at 105). Read more about this Tennessee appeal here: United States v. Whaley – United States Court of Appeals – Eastern District of Tennessee

United States of America v. Abraham Augustin

May 14th, 2014, Case No. 11-5357, Robert L. Sirianni Jr., Esq.

The Government failed to produce sufficient evidence at trial to establish the essential elements necessary for the jury to convict Abraham Augustin of murder-for-hire in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1958(a).8145. Read more about this Tennessee appeal here: USA v. Augustin – United States Court of Appeals – Tennessee Appeal

Demarcus Nelson v. State of Tennessee

May 22, 2018 appeal from Appeal from the Criminal Court for Knox County
No. 104333 Steven Wayne Sword, Judge, Robert Sirianni 

Petitioner, Demarcus Nelson, appeals the denial of his post-conviction petition. Petitioner
argues that he received ineffective assistance of counsel in litigating his motion to
suppress; that the State presented false testimony at the suppression hearing; that trial
counsel was ineffective in failing to provide accurate advice concerning the gang
enhancement statute; and that his guilty plea was involuntary. Following a review of the
briefs of the parties and the entire record, we affirm the judgment of the post-conviction
court. tennessee courts of appeal.

The appeals lawyers at our law firm also handle Supreme Court Appeals in Tennessee

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