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Florida Appellate Attorneys | Appeal Lawyers in Florida – Brown Stone Law

If you are looking for an appeals attorney in Florida then you are at the perfect place.
Brownstone Law offers the top Florida appellate attorneys. We cover civil and criminal appeal aid and post conviction appeal lawyers up to the federal level.
The Brownstone Law Firm is an appellate litigation law firm, focusing on appeals in federal courts across the United States. Our federal appeal lawyers are skilled at representing clients at the appellate level and in the appeal process.
We have handled hundreds of appeals in various state and federal courts and will review your civil or criminal case. Our appellate litigation team combines innovation and legal services to deliver results and strategic solutions for our clients on appeal.

What We Offer:

we can advise clients on appellate issues during and after trial
we can draft and prepare motions in limine, jury instructions, and verdict forms
we can brief and argue appeals on the merits
we can brief motions in the trial courts
we can handle regulatory appeals and appeals before governmental bodies
we can prepare petitions for interlocutory writs
The Florida criminal appellate attorneys at Brownstone Law work with clients convicted of court crimes. Our Florida criminal appellate lawyers often appear at sentencing or post-trial in order to prepare for the criminal appeal and argue for a reduced sentence.

Cities We Served in Florida:

JACKSONVILLE
MIAMI
ORLANDO
TALLAHASSEE
TAMPA
HIALEAH
PORT ST. LUCIE
We serve in almost all cities of Florida among which these are some main ones:
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