The federal appeals attorneys at Brownstone Law Firm are experienced, federal appellate litigators. Clients from across the United States retain our federal appeals lawyers to represent their interest before every federal court of appeal in the country. We are certified in every Appellate Federal Court and can professionally handle your Federal Appeals. Our federal appeal lawyers handle Federal Civil Appeals & Federal Criminal Appeals.
The federal appeal lawyers at our law firm will review your case and provide you with the right legal strategy and advice on how to proceed. Contact Brownstone Law federal appeals lawyers at 1-888-233-8895 for a free consultation. We have experience in all federal circuit court of appeals.
Brownstone Law represents clients in all federal circuit courts of appeal in the Nation. Contact Brownstone Law to discuss your federal appeal by completing the contact form.
We are certified or licensed appellate lawyers and are in a position to represent our client’s best interest before every federal court of appeal in the country.
Our federal appellate team files appeals in the following federal courts of appeal:
Our team of talented federal attorneys is certified or licensed in federal appellate courts for appeals in business and commercial litigation cases. Trial courts make mistakes, and when they do, a federal appeal lawyer can make legal sense. Appellate procedures allow you, as the losing party at trial, to make a higher court aware of the legal mistakes or abuses of discretion which may have occurred in your case. If you prevail in the appeal, the case can be remanded (sent back) to the trial court with orders to reconsider the matter based on the appellate court’s instructions.
Our federal appeal lawyers are some of the most accomplished litigators in federal courts. We often represent both appellants and appellees in every federal appeal court, including the Supreme Court of the United States. The federal appeal lawyers at our law firm are experienced in multiple areas of federal appellate practice including both civil and criminal cases. We are unrivaled when it comes to effective brief writing and presentation of all issues at the federal appellate level.
Experience matters, go with the federal appellate law firm that is 100% committed to you. When appealing any type of federal trial court case, it is important to obtain an established federal appellate law firm. We have the skill required to advance any complex federal case. Our federal appeals lawyers are fully committed to federal appeals.
We represent clients from across the United States. We appeal civil federal cases in all 11 circuits. Our federal appeal lawyers invite you to discuss your appeal with us. Contact our qualified federal appeals attorneys to discuss the case, review top legal cases, and review the federal appeal process.
We are competitive by nature. Our federal court experience makes the difference and enables us to provide successful legal representation at the federal appellate level and before all court of appeal in the United States. Federal appellate litigation is complex. The rules of federal procedure are difficult. Consult with our federal appeal lawyers today to discuss your appeal.
Any federal conviction will carry severe penalties, including an extended jail sentence and fines. If you or someone you know has been convicted, it is important to know you have the right to appeal. Brownstone’s Federal Criminal Appeal Lawyers have extensive experience handling even the most complex federal appeals cases. Connect with our Federal Criminal Appeal Attorneys at 1-888-233-8895.
Our federal criminal appeals attorneys handle a variety of federal appeals in criminal matters including:
Brownstone Law represents clients on complex issues and federal criminal appeals. We file federal appeals in drug cases, drug trafficking, drug transportation, RICO, conspiracy, federal white collar crime, and many other types of federal criminal appeals. We also file habeas petitions, 2255 motions, 2254 motions, 2241 motions, writs, and motions to reduce sentence filed in federal criminal appeals. We also handle federal sentencing lawyers when a defendant pleads guilty or goes to trial and is convicted.
The case is not over until you file an appeal. Know your rights. Know your federal options. Our Federal Criminal Appeal Lawyers can provide you with a consultation on federal appeal and post-conviction relief. The firm is led by Robert Sirianni and he practices federal crime appeals before all federal appellate circuit courts in the country.
The firm also handles federal crime appeals. Brownstone Law also files bond motions pending appeal in federal courts. In recent unreported cases regarding federal appellate bonds where this Court found there was not a significant question, the issues, just on their face, were not litigated seriously on appeal. United States v. Wall, No. 4:16-CR-18 CDL-MSH, 2016 WL 4055646, at *1 (M.D. Ga. July 26, 2016) (denying appeal bond where appellant failed to even file an appellate brief); United States v. Metz, No. 1:12-CR-22 WLS, 2014 WL 351922, at *2 (M.D. Ga. Jan. 31, 2014) (denying appeal bond where appellate counsel only raised single issue disputing adequacy of evidence for jury conviction); United States v. Jenkins, No. 1:11-CR-27 WLS, 2013 WL 4504644, at *3 (M.D. Ga. Aug. 22, 2013) and United States v. Hurley, No. 1:12-CR-15 WLS, 2013 WL 4432172, at *3 (M.D. Ga. Aug. 16, 2013) (both denying appeal bond where appellate counsel only contended insufficiency of the evidence). In coming to these determinations, this Court examines the substantive case law behind the claims on appeal. See id. And since an appellant in a federal crime appeal brings substantial claims under the pertinent case law, his claims are significant questions of law or—at the very least—close calls.
United States federal courts are divided into districts and circuits. The United States Supreme Court oversees all district court and circuit courts. Criminal cases start in the district courts. When errors are made at the lower court, our firm appeals to the circuit court. Appeals in Federal cases to all US Circuit Courts of Appeal. Call our Federal Criminal Appeal Lawyers for help.
The United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit is located in Boston, Massachusetts. The First Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit is located in New York. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Third Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit is located in Richmond, Virginia. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit is located in Chicago, Illinois. The Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit is located in St, Louis, Missouri. The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit is located in San Francisco, California. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit is located in Denver, Colorado. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
The United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit is located in Atlanta, Georgia. The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
Brownstone’s Federal Criminal Lawyers are here to help. We will work with you to determine all the options for your appeal.
Brownstone, P.A. focuses on appealing both Federal Civil Cases and Federal Criminal Cases. Our firm is dedicated to federal business law appeals and federal civil appeals. The firm also handles a wide variety of Federal criminal law appeals.
Contact our appeal lawyers at 1-888-233-8895.
Federal Civil Appeals and Business Appeals: Sometimes a federal trial or hearing yields an unfavorable result. Our federal appeal lawyers can seek to have the outcome remanded or reversed. We endeavor to obtain a new trial or hearing for a civil case. We are experienced at the comprehensive appellate process and how to obtain positive results for our clients on appeal. Our appellate practice encompasses:
Our past experience and persuasive argument on appeals mean positive results for our civil clients and businesses seeking representation on a federal appeal. Years of active involvement in the legal field have made our attorneys very fast and efficient in service delivery while at the same time not compromising the quality of services. This explains the high percentage of cases that we win. Our appellate attorneys are very thorough in legal research so as to get even the tiniest facts about a given case and hence maximize the probability of winning the appeal process. We are also very aggressive in oral arguments so as to ensure that our clients obtain a positive outcome from the appeals process. Return to our main federal appeals lawyers section. All federal appeals from North Carolina Federal District Courts Proceed to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals for the United States.
Cases that we have handled over the past few years involved divorce, parental sharing, child custody, alimony, business torts, trademark disputes, shareholder disagreements, deportation, medical marijuana, medical negligence, insurance fraud, Medicare fraud, tax evasion, and environmental law appeals. Our appeals lawyers are also familiar with the process of filing for motions to vacate the conviction, motion to reduce a sentence, motion for post-conviction relief and motion for habeas corpus. We also handle Petitions for Writ of Certiorari.
Habeas corpus involves defendants who have utilized all their rights to appeal. An effective appeals legal team may lead to the acquittal of the defendant or reduced sentencing. The defendant may also be granted a new trial after it has been proven that he/she was unfairly tried. We occasionally team with our clients’ trial lawyers so as to maximize the probability of winning the appeal.
Federal Appeal Attorneys: Our law firm represents clients in every federal court in the Nation. Clients call upon our federal appeal attorneys to address cases that have serious consequences. The Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals also handles cases originating from South Carolina US District Courts in Criminal and Civil matter.
The federal civil appeal lawyers at our firm work with trial counsel nationwide to ensure the record on appeal is protected and the groundwork is in place for a successful appeal. We file pretrial motions and post-trial motions for rehearing. The federal appeal attorneys at Brownstone also provide strategic counseling to our clients across the United States. We prepare jury verdict forms and motions for summary judgment. Our federal civil appeals attorneys focus on a wide range of appellate issues:
Read more about recent Federal Appeals:
Peralta v. United States (11th Circuit Court of Appeals)
On January 10, 2018, Mr. Peralta and eight other defendants were charged with Conspiracy to Distribute Controlled Substances (methamphetamine), a violation of 21 U.S.C. § 841(a)(1) and 21 U.S.C. § 846 (Superseding Indictment). Peralta plead not guilty to his charges. On March 27, 2019, Peralta submitted a motion for Judgment of Acquittal, and on that same day, his motion for Judgment of Acquittal was denied. On March 28, 2019, the jury rendered a guilty verdict. Peralta appeals to the Eleventh Circuit and requests: Whether denial of defendant’s requested jury instruction no. 10 was improper and failure to give the requested instruction seriously impaired the defendant’s ability to present an effective defense. Whether a Judgment of Acquittal is proper when the Government failed to prove that a defendant in a conspiracy case is not involved with anyone charged in the indictment and a defendant’s criminal activity took place in a different state than the other individuals charged in the indictment. Read the brief here: Peralta v. United States Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Mr. Raymond Williams (“Mr. Williams”) is fighting for his innocence on a direct appeal to the federal 11th Circuit. He filed a bond motion pending his appeal under Fed. R. App. P. 9(b) and 18 U.S.C. §§ 3143(b) and 3145(c). Mr. Williams is seeking release on bond pending appeal of his criminal conviction and sentence. In support, Mr. Williams states. The District Court sentenced Mr. Williams to a term of 60 months plus three-years supervised released following a plea. On March 11, 2019, Mr. Williams filed a Notice of Appeal with the District Court, indicating his intent to appeal his sentence to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit. On March 21, 2019, Mr. Williams also filed a Motion for Bond Pending Appeal in Case No. 5:17-CR-0029. Read more about this federal criminal appeal: Federal Bond Motion Pending Appeal
In Baze v. Rees, 553 U. S. 35, the Supreme Court of the United States concluded that a State’s refusal to alter its execution protocol could violate the Eighth Amendment only if an inmate first identified a “feasible, readily im- plemented” alternative procedure that would “significantly reduce a substantial risk of severe pain.” Id., at 52. A majority of the Court subsequently held Baze’s plurality opinion to be controlling. See Glossip v. Gross, 576 U. S.Petitioner Russell Bucklew was convicted of murder and sentenced to death. The State of Missouri plans to execute him by lethal injection using a single drug, pentobarbital. Mr. Bucklew presented an as-applied Eighth Amendment challenge to the State’s lethal injection protocol, alleging that, regardless whether it would cause excruciating pain for all prisoners, it would cause him severe pain because of his particular medical condition. Read more about this Federal Appeal: Bucklew v. Precythe – Supreme Court of The United States
Contact Brownstone Law today to review your federal appeals at (888) 233-8895.
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