Dedicated Guidance From An Experienced Appeals Attorney
Many people want to know whether they can appeal their case if they do not like the outcome that came from it. The truth is that it depends. The decision must be a final, appealable order, which is usually stated on the decision itself. It is best to ask an attorney if you are unsure.
If you are unhappy with a decision from the court of common pleas and it is a final appealable order, you have 30 days from the date the entry was filed by the judge in order to appeal the decision. The appeal is made to the U.S. Court of Appeals in the district in which the trial occurred.
My name is Ross A. Gillespie. At the Franklin County law offices of Gillespie Law, LLC, I will be happy to discuss with you the benefits or drawbacks of an appeal. There are different standards of review for various types of appeals, which can be discussed on a case-by-case basis.
Contact me to discuss appealing a case on any matter that falls within one of my areas of practice, including:
I have handled several appeals from probate matters as well.
Contact My Firm If You Are Unhappy With The Results Of A Court Case
You know the importance of working with the right lawyer. For counsel that is compassionate and direct, contact my firm online or call 614-602-6297. From my offices in Dublin, I provide representation for individuals throughout central Ohio.