A decision that is not in your favor on a prior criminal or civil case is often difficult to accept. In such a situation we urge you to contact us so that we can review your case and provide an honest opinion as to whether you have grounds to appeal. In this regard it is important to note that an appeal is quite different than a motion or trial, and it is therefore imperative that you choose an attorney who realizes that difference. Moreover, you want to choose an attorney that will actually speak to you truthfully and honestly so that you can make an informed decision as to whether you want to move forward. We pride ourselves in taking such an approach with our potential clients, and we therefore urge you to contact us today.
Depending upon the circumstances you may have only 30 days to serve and file a Notice of Appeal and, as such, it is imperative that you speak to us about your case as early as possible.
*The Notice of Appeal is not the actual appeal, so filing the Notice does not mean that you have to move forward with your appeal if you later choose to foregoe proceeding.
Appeals of Final Dispositions
Appeals to the Appellate Term or Appellate Division