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Appellate Law

Fort Lee Appeals Attorney

Aggressive Representation in Appellate Matters across New Jersey

If you believe your case was mishandled, leading to an unjust outcome, you may be able to appeal the ruling by submitting it to an appellate court. Appellate courts were established in order to address improper and wrongful representation and rulings, allowing individuals a method of having their cases overturned.

The Fort Lee appeals attorney at Charles Shaw Law has extensive experience representing clients in all types of appellate matters. Attorney Charles Shaw understands the appellate process and how to effectively advocate for you and your best interests.

To discuss whether or not you have grounds to file an appeal, contact our firm at (201) 289-5111 by submitting an online case evaluation form.

The Appeals Process in New Jersey

First and foremost, it is important to understand that you cannot appeal a judgment simply because you are unhappy with the outcome. You may only file an appeal if you believe your case was mishandled and/or an error or errors were made, leading to a wrongful judgment.

The process of appealing a ruling in New Jersey differs somewhat depending on the type of case and the court system it initially went through. For example, appealing a criminal conviction will be a different process than appealing a commercial litigation judgment. In either case, however, it’s important that you have an experienced appellate attorney on your side, as the process is complex and there are numerous steps you must take.

Generally speaking, when appealing a judgement, you will need to:

  • Provide your attorney with all documents related to your case, including the original judgement
  • File an official Notice of Appeal with the appropriate appellate court (various time limits apply)
  • Present an argument as to how your case was mishandled and how this led to an unjust ruling

The purpose of filing an appeal is not to hear new evidence or provide a new trial; rather, it is to review the actions of the lower court to determine is errors were made. If so, the appellate court has the power to modify or reverse the original ruling.

Schedule a Consultation with Our Firm Today

It is important that you act quickly, as you only have a limited amount of time to file an appeal. Charles Shaw Law can help you navigate the appeals process in regards to cases involving business law, construction litigation, corporate transactions, criminal defense, and more. Our Fort Lee appeals lawyer can also assist you if the other involved party has filed an appeal in a case in which you were successful.

Contact us today for more information; call (201) 289-5111.

Why Choose Charles Shaw Law?

  • Aggressive Representation

    You can count on our firm to aggressively and effectively fight for your rights.

  • Attention to Detail

    Nothing slips through the cracks when you work with our firm.

  • Free Consultations

    Evaluation of your case to ensure we are the right fit for your needs.

  • Client Focused

    Clear communication with clients given the specifics of the case.

  • Nearly 30 Years of Practice

    Providing effective, ethical legal representation to all clients.

Proving Quality Legal Guidance Since 1991

Don't Just Take Our Word for It
  • “Everything we do in life shapes us. Charles' experience has shaped an unparalleled advocate. He espouses the idea that hard work, preparation, and experience will lead to success.”

    - Conrad Roncati, CEO Architectura
  • “As a trial lawyer, you really appreciate how truly talented and aggressive Charles is for his clients when you spend four weeks with him in complex commercial litigation.”

    - Douglas F. Doyle, Partner Decotiis, Fitzpatrick & Cole, LLP
  • “Charles has the highest recommendation for any person in need of an attorney. The quality of representation exhibited by him and his staff was second to none... In my opinion, you cannot be represented by a better attorney.”

    - Stephen Cireco, President, WB Equipment Service Corporation

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