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Supreme Court Attorneys

Our Supreme Court appeal lawyers represent clients across the United States. We defend victories for our clients and seek relief by filing an appeal for our clients on the losing end. We represent clients before state and federal courts as well as the United States Supreme Court. Our firm is dedicated to providing value and quality federal appellate service to our clients. The Supreme Court’s review of a petition for certiorari is a jurisdictional issue. Our supreme court appeal lawyers understand the complex nature of arguing before the U.S. Supreme Court. Our attorneys include former law clerks and attorneys that have experience in filing petitions in the Supreme Court in both civil and criminal cases.

Contact Brownstone Law and our Supreme Court Appellate Law Firm (888) 233-8895.

Appellate Lawyers and the Supreme Court

Our appellate practice team is led by Robert Sirianni, one of the most strategic appellate thinkers in his field. We have the experience to create solid briefs and arguments for our clients. The Supreme Court appeal attorneys at our firm have the experience necessary to help you with your fight against the government.

Precedent-Setting Cases for the Supreme Court of the United States

Our federal appeals appeal lawyers argue precedent-setting cases. We have thousands of appeals under our belt, and that experience translates into successful strategies and arguments for our clients across the United States. Our Supreme Court Appeals Lawyers handle cases such as civil, and federal antitrust appeals, jurisdiction securities, criminal appeal lawyer, health care, energy, advertising, construction, contracts, and eminent domain and condemnation. Our firm handles all matters of Constitutional Law.

Supreme Court of United States appellate cases and writs are difficult. We appear at oral argument to present the case before the court. Our federal appeal attorneys provide a fresh perspective for our clients on each case. Clients benefit from our in-depth knowledge of the federal rules of appellate procedure and federal process. The federal defense lawyers at our firm also handle federal sentencing hearings attorney and motions to reduce federal sentence as well as objections to the PSR.

The right supreme court appeals lawyers can make a world of difference in your life. Remember, the ramifications of your appeals case extend far beyond the length of your sentence or the number of dollars you’ve been fined. A successful sentencing appeal can change the entire course of your life.

Supreme Court Appellate Law Firm

When it comes to legal authority in the United States, there is no higher court than the United States Supreme Court. Appeals in the Supreme Court are always serious business. While most law firms dream of taking cases to the United States Supreme Court, our appellate lawyers have experience in representing clients in this powerful arena.

Our federal appellate law firm is a business that’s built upon experience. Not only are our Supreme Court appellate lawyers highly qualified and committed to research, but they also have the experience to match their credentials. When it comes to cases in the United States Supreme Court, you want a lawyer who has done their research and is backed by experience.

Supreme Court Lawyers

Petition for Writ of Mandamus

A writ of mandamus is issued by the Supreme Court as a judicial remedy to require a subordinate court, public authority, or corporation to do (or not do) something. Though the writ of mandamus is not commonly issued by the modern United States Supreme Court, it is still a legal option that many of our clients are interested in seeking out.

If you are not receiving justice at the state level, then you may wish to petition for writ of mandamus, requesting the Supreme Court to step in and help ensure the state law is upheld. Our firm is experienced in helping clients petition for writ of mandamus. This delicate legal procedure requires a vast knowledge of legal precedent, research ability, experience, and courtroom talent.

Contact Brownstone Law at (888) 233-8895.

The federal appeals attorneys for the United States Supreme Court at our law firm file writs and appeals in the United States Supreme Court. Our federal appeal lawyers have filed appeals on cases involving environmental, securities, white collar crime, oil and gas, conspiracy, insurance disputes, constitutional, criminal, regulatory, eminent domain, and business torts. Petitions to the U.S. Supreme Court are normally due within 90 days of the final order or judgment. Act fast because the time to file a petition for a writ of certiorari is limited.  The U.S. Court of Appeals handles federal appeals in Washington D.C.   The D.C. Circuit Court of appeals is located at 430 E St NW, Washington, DC 20001

Petition for Writ of Certiorari

A petition for writ of certiorari, on the other hand, is much more common in the United States Supreme Court. A petition for writ of certiorari asks the Supreme Court to review the decision of a lower court. Even if you have a completely valid reason for filing a petition for writ of certiorari, it’s critical that your case is well argued and well presented.

Don’t let mistakes in trial court hamper your future. Let an experienced Brownstone attorney correct them and give you a new lease on life. Brownstone is the go-to firm for appellate advisory and aggressive representation. Individual and institutional clients have placed their trust in us to win appeals and post-conviction relief.

What differentiates us from other appellate attorney firms is that we have the manpower resources – our knowledgeable attorneys – not just to take on numerous cases across all complexities but also give each individualized attention they need for a favorable verdict. The firm also handles Second Amendment constitutional cases and federal firearm appeals. Additionally, our extensive appellate and co-counseling experience allow us to navigate appeals and post-conviction process with great agility to ensure that deadlines are always met in good time.

Supreme Court Appellate Litigation requires specialized and nuanced skill quite different from trial law. Our appellate advocates have effectively pursued appeals and post-conviction writs cases to give clients the respite they need from erroneous decisions in trial courts. We’re familiar with the strategies used by prosecutors and the strategies they use before appellate judges. We’re also quick to recognize that sometimes judges pronounce sentences that are much harsher than warranted while at other times, a lack of credible evidence still results in a conviction. Rest assured that Brownstone Supreme Court attorneys are here to overturn any injustice meted out to you. Contact Robert Sirianni appellate lawyer to speak about your federal appeal.

We have a strong work ethic and go the extra mile to conduct the necessary investigation to strengthen your case. We’re pros at preparing elegant briefs that present our positions compellingly and always up to the task of orally arguing your case with great conviction.

Contact Brownstone Law to file a petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court at (888) 233-8895.

News and Publications

Docket No. 22-1156

Sinclair v. City of Seattle (2023)

In this case, Brownstone Law challanges the City of Seattle and the CHOP designation.  Brownstone Law files a writ, which is the primary means to petition the court for review is to ask it to grant a writ of certiorari. This is a request that the Supreme Court order a lower court to send up the record of the case for review.

Read our blog on the CHOP case.  Read the writ and brief of the Supreme Court.

Docket No. 18-1560 Supreme Court of the United States

Richard Neal v. Marc Neal et al. (2019)

This case concerns the Claude K. Neal Family Trust (“Trust”), a revocable trust created by Plaintiff Richard Leland Neal’s parents, Claude and Rita Neal (individually, “Claude” and “Rita,” and collectively “Trustors”) on August 15, 1972. The Trust established that, at the death of either Trustor, the Trust estate would be divided into two sub-trusts: Trust A and Trust B. These subtrusts both were amendable and revocable while the Trustors were living. The beneficiaries of the Trust were the Trustors’ two sons, Petitioner and Respondent B. Marc Neal (“Marc”), but only upon the death of the surviving Trustor.  Supreme Court Writ 12(b)(6) Motion to Dismiss

Docket No. 18-130

Karr v. State of Indiana (2018)

Whether the Indiana Supreme Court correctly concluded that Indiana’s procedures governing claims of ineffective assistance of trial counsel “do not offer most defendants a meaningful opportunity to present a claim of ineffective assistance of trial counsel on direct appeal.” Trevino v. Thaler, 569 U.S. 413, 428 (2013).  Read more about this constitutional federal challenge in the Supreme Court Karr Petition for Certiorari United States Supreme Court

Docket for 13-1144

Title: James Duane Riley, Petitioner v. South Dakota; Robert Sirianni, Jr.

Riley v. South Dakota; SCOTUS 13-1144

Docket for 12A864

Title: Empire World Towers, LLC, et al., Applicants v. CDR Creances, S.A.S. Learn more about this appeal from the Third Circuit: Initial Brief

Robert Sirianni, Jr.
Docket for 12A1013

Title: Darien Fisher, Applicant v. North Carolina; Robert Sirianni, Jr

Fisher v. North Carolina; SCOTUS 12A1013

Docket for 12A1114

Title: Dezmon Terelle Brooks, Applicant v. Amy Miller, Acting Warden. Read more about this appeal of the denial of a certificate of appealability and the Supreme Court Writ: Dezon Brooks Appeal of Denial of Certificate of Appealability

Robert Sirianni, Jr

Docket for 12A392

Title: Adam Young, Applicant v. Mike Addison, Warden, et al.; Robert Sirianni, Jr

Young v. Addison; SCOTUS 12A392

Docket for 12A694

Title: Chuck Yeager, et al., Applicants v. Connie Bowlin, et al;

Robert Sirianni, Jr

Yeager v. Bowlin; SCOTUS 12A694

Docket for 13A911

Title: Rebecca Albertini, Applicant v. Jose R. Carlo-Izquierdo, et al.  The University of Puerto Rico terminated Dr. Alberti’s tenure-track professorship without a hearing. The First Circuit determined the failure to hold a hearing prior to Dr. Alberti’s termination did not violate the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. According to University Rules and Regulations, Dr. Alberti could only be fired “when so justified.” Dr. Alberti argued that the “when so justified” language is tantamount to a “for cause” requirement, which entitled her to a pretermination hearing. Petition for Writ of Certiorari

Robert L. Sirianni Jr.

Docket for 11-1364

Title: Scott D. Geise, Petitioner v. United States; Robert L. Sirianni Jr.

Geise v. U.S.; SCOTUS 11-1364

Docket for 11-643

Title: John Doe, Petitioner v. Thomas Megless, et al.

Robert L. Sirianni Jr.

Docket for 13-675

Title: Erol Ozinal, Petitioner v. The Johns Hopkins Health Center Corp., et al.; Robert L. Sirianni Jr.

Ozinal v. Johns Hopkins Health – Petition for Writ of Certiorari – SCOTUS

Docket for 13-546

Title: Scott Arthur Gardner, Petitioner v. William Stephens, Director, Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division.  Does Due Process of Law Require the Prosecution to Furnish a Criminal Defendant with Information that Negates an Indispensable Element of the Crime Charged, But Does Not Fully Exculpate Him from All Criminal Activity And Instead Establishes Only a Lesser Offense? Petition for Certiorari

Robert L. Sirianni Jr.

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