Matrimonial Appeals LawyersAppellate lawyers and trial attorneys perform separate functions. Trial lawyers effectively make legal arguments to juries and judges, while appellate attorneys focus on conducting legal research and crafting appellate briefs. If you are unsatisfied with the result of your trial, an appellate attorney can provide a fresh perspective.
At the law firm of Keith, Winters & Wenning, L.L.C., we know how to express why a trial verdict was made in error. Since 1944, our law firm has offered litigation and appellate services. We know how to effectively assess how a trial court handled a case. Our comprehensive background helps us identify any procedural errors or constitutional violations. We will apply our years of experience and legal skills focused on providing an unbiased perspective into the outcome of a trial. Contact our law firm today to meet with a highly skilled appellate lawyer in Bradley Beach, New Jersey.
Experienced Matrimonial Appellate Law AttorneyIf you were unsatisfied with a verdict in family law, you have a right to request an appellate review of the trial court's actions. This is an opportunity for a panel of appellate judges to determine if the trial court's work was consistent with applicable law. Our law firm has the skills and resources to determine if your trial was handled appropriately.
Appellate attorney Brian Winters has years of experience advocating for clients dissatisfied with the results of a trial. His background includes clerking for an appellate judge, and he has appeared in dozens of cases in the appellate division and supreme court level. He is a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney by the Supreme Court with a strong background pursuing appeals based on errors involving:
- Parenting time
- Child support
- Removal from the jurisdiction
- Changes in circumstance
Handing Criminal AppealsOur law firm is well versed on the trial procedures judges and lawyers are obligated to follow in criminal law. We are highly skilled at identifying any trial mistakes, including failure to exclude evidence, incomplete instructions given to jury members or improper remarks made by prosecutors.
We has extensive experience conducting legal research, identifying legal errors and crafting influential appellate arguments. You can feel confident knowing we have the skills, experience level and legal resources to effectively handle a criminal law appeal. Our law firm is committed to preserving your legal rights. We will fight for your trial verdict to be overturned based on any violations of your constitutional rights or procedural errors.