Criminal Appeals In New York.
In every appeal the Criminal Appeals Lawyer must file a brief. The appellate brief has two major objectives: (1) to make the appellate court aware of some mistake that occurred in the lower court, and (2) to persuade the appeals court that my client’s conviction should be vacated and the case remanded for a new trial.
I have put together sections of many of the appellate briefs that I have filed over the years that covers a broad range of appealable issues in criminal cases.
Check back on this page often as I will update it with new briefs frequently, or if you have a specific question let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
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