Representing Your Case In Appellate Courts

Appellate cases are an area of law that is very complicated. Agricola Law, LLC, offers experienced representation in state and federal appellate courts in Georgia and Alabama. An appellate court is a part of the legal system where already-heard cases are appealed to a higher court.

If You Want To Appeal To A Higher Court, Time Is Of The Essence

To begin with, all cases are first tried at the trial court level, but thanks to our legal system the losing party has the ability to appeal to higher appellate courts. Our appeals lawyer works for you to ensure that any mistakes made in the original trial are not overlooked and persuade the appellate courts to overturn decisions made in lower courts.

Whether you need an appellate lawyer to act as a criminal defense lawyer, family lawyer or personal injury lawyer, it is important to remember that time is of the essence. Appeals need to be prepared and filed within time limits fixed by the rules of the court. So do not hesitate to contact us about our court appeal services.

The People We Represent

We are respected members of the legal communities of Opelika, Auburn, Phenix City, Valley, Lanett, Beulah, Salem, Smith Station and Montgomery, Alabama, as well as Columbus, Georgia. Our attorneys regularly represent clients in courts in Russell County, Lee County, Chambers County, Macon County, Randolph County, Montgomery County, Tallapoosa County, Elmore County and Autauga County, Alabama, and Muscogee County, Harris County and Troup County, Georgia.

We Have The Experience You Need To Obtain The Justice You Deserve

If you are the losing party of a recent court hearing or have questions about our appellate law services, call 334-610-1064 to contact Agricola Law today. You can also email us by clicking here. Our team of legal professionals has big city experience while maintaining our small-town Alabama and Georgia values. One of those values is the belief that all cases deserve to be fully explored, even after a court declares the case closed.