Appeals Lawyer Trenton
If you do not believe justice has been served by the verdict in a previous case, whether civil or criminal, you have the right to appeal the decision. If you were the plaintiff in a civil case, and feel that you did not receive the damages that you deserved, you may appeal for a higher amount. On the other hand, if you were the defendant, and feel you have been obligated to pay more than is fair in damages, your appeal can also be heard. The arguments for these types of appeals must be very solid, as it is difficult to reverse a ruling that has already been made in a court of law. If you feel that your case is qualified for an appeal, please Contact Us for a consultation.
Appeals can also be heard for rulings in a Criminal Case. One type of appeal is made when evidence is found at a later date that proves the innocence of the convicted party. There are also appeals which challenge the very laws that led to the conviction in a case. These cases are complex and difficult because they try to change the fabric of the legal system currently in place. If you feel that you have been wrongly or unjustly convicted of a crime, we can provide you with sound legal advice and counsel.
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