Were you unsatisfied with the outcome of a trial? A trial isn’t always the end of the case. Either party in a case may want to appeal part or all of the trial verdict. They also may want to appeal certain aspects of the lower court’s proceedings that they believe may have led the jury or the court to make the wrong decision. The process of asking a higher court to review a decision made by a lower court or an administrative agency is called an appeal. Attorneys who help clients pursue or defend an appeal are called appellate attorneys.
The appeals process exists to make sure that justice happens in a fair and uniform manner. Appellate attorneys work on behalf of their clients and the courts in order to correct errors or identify areas where laws need interpretation. At Bohm Wildish & Matsen, our Appellate attorneys enjoy ensuring that your case has precise details and complete the necessary complex work that involves both carefully drafted legal documents and well-rehearsed oral arguments.