Appellate Law

Appellate practice is the legal area where attorneys apply to a higher court for a reversal of the decision of the lower court.  Appellate cases are presented to a panel of judges as opposed to a jury as in a trial case.  The panel will normally decide to reverse, affirm or vacate the decision of the lower court.  In an appellate case, an appellate brief is filed and the attorney will argue an oral argument in front of the panel of judges.

The standard of review will depend on the nature of the claimed error. The appellate court will use the trial court record to review what occurred and make a decision on whether the lower court erred or not.

The attorneys at Raslan Pla & Company, LLC have been successful on completing their own appellate cases on several occasions.  They have experience arguing before the 8th District and 9th District appellate courts in Ohio. Even if our attorneys did not work on your case at the lower court level, they are able to successfully take over an appeal at the appellate level.

If you believe you have a basis to appeal your case, contact Raslan Pla & Company, LLC to schedule a consultation with one of our experienced and knowledgeable malpractice attorneys. Our appellate attorneys are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide you with the legal representation you need.

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