Appeals Law and Appellate Litigations Law in Massachusetts
The appeals process is Massachusetts is a detailed and vital part of the legal system. An appeal is often misunderstood as a do-over. It does not involve a retrial simply based on the hope for a different outcome. It is the process of reviewing or challenging the decision of a lower court based on specific and detailed criteria. A ruling by a lower court can be appealed to the state appellate court or the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. Appellate litigation involves an extensive review of the court record of a specific case. It takes a great deal of research, organization, and investigation into one issue to be challenged. The appeals process takes place after a ruling is handed down in a court case.
BENEFITS OF AN APPEAL
An appeal can make a significant difference in a client’s life. The energy and dedication needed to fulfill the appeal process and effectively navigate the appellate courts should not be underestimated. The success of an appeal hinges on the relevance and legality of the issue that is subject of the appeal. It also hinges on the skill and knowledge of the attorney following through with an appeal. It is vital that anyone seeking an appeal have the support and guidance of an attorney who has a successful track record and an unyielding dedication to seeing any wrongs corrected in a Massachusetts appellate court. The attorneys at Shapiro Law Group, PC, are ready to help you. Contact us today to set up your free initial consultation. (339) 298-2300.