A Dallas appellate lawyer can help you get justice at any point after an initial verdict or judgment. There are a number of reasons why you may want to contact the appeal lawyers at our Texas Law Firm, including inadequate or inefficient legal counsel during your initial trial, a violation of your civil rights during the proceedings, or any suspected judicial misconduct perpetrated by the judge during your trial. Our appeals attorneys also can practice in Laredo, Houston, Amarillo, San Antonio, Austin, Brownsville, Lubbock, El Paso, Arlington, Fort Worth, Waco, and Plano. Call today at (214) 272-2833. Return to our main Texas appellate page.
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At the Law Office of Robert Sirianni, our entire practice consists of appellate law. We work in both criminal and civil appellate law, and Dallas appellate lawyers are experienced professionals in their field. They know that appellate law takes a particular kind of experience and our Dallas appellate attorneys are known for their well researched briefs and clear and thorough oral argument.
Connect with our Dallas appellate attorneys for any cases. We will discuss your criminal or civil appeal. Contact the appeals lawyers at our Dallas Texas law firm (214) 272-2833. Our law firm has appeared in all appellate courts in Texas including the Texas Supreme Court.
Criminal appeals make up a large part of our practice at our firm. Our Dallas criminal appeals lawyer may deal with many criminal appeals, including Texas post conviction and habeas corpus petitions. The criminal appeals process in Texas allows the defendant to correct problems in the trial process or procedural errors that may have resulted in an erroneous conviction. We focus on sentencing reduction, reduced probation requirements, and total overturning of convictions, and they can help you. Dallas Texas Appeals in criminal cases are based on the desire to introduce evidence or objections to some aspect of the trial, introduced by the defending party. Our Dallas criminal appeals lawyers can enter such an objection for you.
Brownstone Law is the premier appellate law firm in Dallas, Texas. Our team of dedicated appeals attorneys are experienced and knowledgeable in the area of criminal appeals and have successfully overturned countless convictions.
Led by Robert Sirianni, our team of attorneys has extensive experience in the area of criminal appeals. We specialize in overturning wrongful convictions and ensuring that justice is served for our clients. With years of expertise, we guarantee that you will get superior legal representation and passionate advocacy for your case.
We understand that the stakes are high when it comes to criminal appeals. That’s why we provide personalized attention to each client and provide detailed legal advice to help you make informed decisions about your case. Our team is committed to helping you get the best possible outcome for your situation.
As experienced Dallas County criminal appeal lawyers, we are dedicated to advocating for your rights and fighting to ensure that justice prevails. We will work diligently to help you overturn any wrongful conviction or sentence so that you can move forward with confidence.
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The other major part of our practice at Law Office of Robert Sirianni is civil cases. In the arena of civil cases, our Dallas appellate lawyers have been known to both prosecute and defend, and have argued in healthcare cases, business law, environmental law, federal drug charges, intellectual property disputes, white-collar crime, foreclosures, and more. Our appellate law firm can provide legal advice and offer powerful arguments before the court.
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Contact the Texas appeals lawyers at our Dallas Texas appellate law firm (214) 272-2833. Our lawyers handle criminal and civil appeals. The lawyers at our law firm also handle complex federal appeals before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals for the United States.
The Law Office of Robert Sirianni has appeal lawyers practices in courts across the state of Texas, including the Texas Supreme Court. They have also argued all the way up to the United States Supreme Court. Contact us by phone or through our website today for a free consultation. Let us work with you on your appellate case. We also handle Texas Federal Appeals to the Fifth Circuit US Courts of Appeals. Our firm brings pride and passion to our legal practice and believes in the pursuit of winning the trial on appeal. We can make a difference for you.
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If you’ve been incorrectly convicted of a crime, offering your innocence might be challenging. For this purpose, getting in touch with experienced Dallas appellate lawyers, like the ones at the Law Office of Robert Sirianni will be your defense.
Our Dallas Texas appellate law firm is available to clients in need of a court case appeal in either the federal appeals, federal sentencing, civil or criminal court systems. The Law Office of Robert Sirianni, with its years of legal know-how, has the knowledge to represent you within the Texas appellate court system. You have the right to know if your rights were fully protected during your previous pre-trial or trial where the findings may not have turned out as you had expected. Contact a Dallas appeals law firm today for a free consultation. The appeals in Dallas Texas proceed through the Fifth Court of Appeals in Dallas Texas.
As appellate and trial practice vary quite a bit, many appeals attorneys specialize in this field and fewer engage in both appellate and trial work. It is in your best interest to engage the services of an experienced Dallas appellate attorney to increase your chances of a favorable outcome. Appeals from Dallas originate in the Dallas Courts of Appeal and proceed to a three judge panel. Brownstone is a seasoned appellate practitioner with an impressive track record of winning appeals and a satisfied clientele.
We assume all aspects of your appeal, from creating briefs and preparing oral arguments to consultations at the trail court level. We have several years of boots on the ground experience arguing appeals and have also co-counseled in a number of cases. Our excellent working knowledge of the appellate landscape in Dallas and working relationship with the Texas Court of Appeals helps us present strong legal arguments that give you a second shot at justice. We argue our positions thoroughly and cogently to convince judges to support the conclusion we’ve reached.
Texas Appellate Courts and the Texas legal system has unique procedures for filing an appeal. We understand the importance of following the Texas Rules of Appellate Procedure when filing a civil appeal in Texas or criminal appeals in Texas. The judge’s role is to ascertain whether if there is a need to reverse a ruling or not. The appellate court judges in Texas and learn the case facts and listens to the attorney as they present previous trial procedural flaws. The goal of your appeal is to make sure your rights are protected and you have received fair and equitable representation before the Texas Supreme Court. Brownstone Law is there to aide you in this process.
Contacting Brownstone for a free consultation is simple and an attorney experienced in Texas Appellate law will be there to work with you.
If your appeal has been thrown out, you still have one last option – post-conviction relief. This is a complex process but one you must pursue if you believe that it will tip the scales of justice in your favor. Our expert-level knowledge of constitutional issues, attention to detail, strong analytical abilities and persuasive communication style deliver the kind of representation necessary to increasing the odds in your favor. We have a strong work ethic and a friendly working style that clients appreciate. Schedule your free consultation to understand how we can get your case reviewed again. Connect with a Dallas Texas appeal attorney today (214) 272-2833
David Hughes v. State of Texas (Dallas-Fort Worth Federal 2255)(2019)(Texas Appellate Court)
On August 23, 2017, David Bradley Hughes (“Petitioner”) was placed into the custody of the U.S. Marshals and charged with one count of Conspiracy to Possess with Intent to Distribute a Controlled Substance. On September 26, 2017, the Petitioner plead guilty to a single count of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute a controlled substance, per 21 U.S.C. §§ 846, 841(a)(1) and (b)(1)(B). This is a class B felony with a sentencing range of not less than five years, but no more than forty years. 2255 Federal Motion to Vacate Sentence – Dallas Texas
March 18, 2014; Case No. 12-0251
Because This interlocutory appeal arises out of property damage that resulted from an explosion at a natural gas compression station. The station owner, Crosstex Energy Services, L.P., sued the leadconstruction contractor, Pro Plus, Inc. The parties then entered a Rule 11 agreement to move expert designation dates beyond the limitations period. After limitations ran, Pro Plus moved to dismiss because Crosstex had not filed a certificate of merit with its original petition as required by section 150.002 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code.
Read the opinion of the Court of Appeal in the Texas Supreme Court: Crosstex Energy Services v. Pro Plus, Inc. – Dallas County Civil Appeal – Interlocutory Appeal
November 26, 2014; Case No. 13-0094
The Texas Emissions Reduction Plan (“TERP”) was established by the 77th Texas Legislature in 2001 through enactment of Senate Bill 5. TERP includes a number of financial incentive plans intended to address the goals of the plan to reduce emissions. As part of these programs, TCEQ provides money or rebates to people to incentive them to purchase and replace certain vehicles, primarily trucks in high population areas, with lower emission vehicles in certain counties in the State. Since the beginning of the program in 2001 through September 2008, the TCEQ has awarded grants of over 700 million dollars. Id. Presumably millions more in state taxpayer funds have been awarded since 2008.
Read the opinion of the Texas Supreme Court: Texas Commission on Environmental Quality v. Resendez
November 2014; Case No. 13-0815
In early 2009, the Damuth became aware of an opening for the Head Women’s Basketball Coach position at TVCC. Damuth filed his application for the position and was interviewed by a search committee appointed by TVCC’s governing board. After the selection process was complete, the search committee unanimously recommended Damuth be hired as the new Women’s Head Basketball Coach. Based upon this recommendation, TVCC offered Damuth the position as head coach. On September 1, 2009, Damuth in good faith reliance on these representations, accepted TVCC’s employment offer and entered into a written agreement termed “Professional Services Contract”.
Read the full opinion of the Court of Appeal for the Texas Supreme Court: Texas Civil Appeal – Damuth v. Trinity Valley Community College
Ex Parte Anderson: Criminal Habeas Corpus from Dallas County Texas
Applicant was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and sentenced to five years’ imprisonment. He filed this application for a writ of habeas corpus in the county of conviction, and the district clerk forwarded it to this Court. See TEX. CODE CRIM. PROC. art. 11.07.
Read the Criminal Appeals from Dallas: Dallas County Criminal Appeal
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