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Greenville, Eastern North Carolina Appellate Lawyer

The end of a trial is not the end of your case!

If you need legal assistance in a civil appeal or a criminal appeal at the state or federal level, we urge you to contact the Greenville, Eastern NC appellate attorney at the Economos Law Firm to discuss your case as soon as possible. Our firm is dedicated to helping those who are seeking an appeal of a civil judgment in a family law or other civil matter, or criminal conviction in a criminal case. Our lead attorney has more than 25 years of legal experience in handling appeals of all kinds, from criminal appeals of felony convictions to civil appeals involving divorce, family law, estate matters, constitutional and civil procedure matters, and more. As a Greenville, Easter NC appellate attorney, Mr. Economos has argued cases and won contested matters in appeals before the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the North Carolina Supreme Court, and the Federal Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia.

Our firm serves clients seeking appeals in Greenville, Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, the surrounding areas of eastern North Carolina. Our strength as an appellate law firm lies in the extensive legal experience and knowledge of our attorney and in the personal attention we take with your case.

Criminal and Civil Appeals

In any type of appeal, whether criminal or civil at the state or federal level, a petition is submitted to a higher court to review the case that was heard by a lower court. The purpose of the petition is to overturn a conviction or a sentence that was handed down by the lower court's decision. In any appeal, the lower court's decision will be challenged on certain grounds, such as errors in the application of law, procedure, or fact. In general, the appellate court will closely examine the court records of the case and the laws that were applied to reach a decision in order to determine if that decision was reasonable. No new evidence is submitted. In submitting your appeal, you will need an attorney who is well-versed in appellate case procedure, in reviewing your case for legal errors, and in writing appellate briefs.

Because our firm focuses on appellate law, we have the knowledge and skills needed to be effective in any civil or criminal appeal.

Contact a Greenville, Eastern North Carolina appellate lawyerat the firm to discuss your appeal today.