Florida Appeals

Practice Areas

GMV Law Group has experience, knowledge, and skills to handle criminal and civil appeal cases, including issues such as: medical marijuana programs, drug appeals, shareholder disputes, business permits and torts, copyright termination, tax evasion, federal removal statute, insurance fraud, international trade commission, along with many others. Our Florida appeal attorneys have filed motions at the Supreme Court for habeas corpus, motions for post-conviction relief, motions to vacate conviction, and motions to withdraw. We have also represented defendants facing the clemency and pardons board. Whatever your case, we are ready to discuss your situation and pursue the possibility of representing you. Call our South Florida appeal attorneys today for a free consultation at 954-530-6206.

Appeals Attorneys in Florida

Located in South Florida, our firm serves areas across the state with appeals in criminal and civil cases. We know how complex appeals can be, and we know how to navigate the daunting process. Our clients have trusted us at GMV Law Group to move their appellate issues before all Florida Courts of Appeal, and they have experienced our determination to represent them well and defend their rights. We work diligently throughout the entire process. We file the notice of appeal with the proper court where it belongs, then we prepare the record on appeal and the briefs for your case before the appellate courts. Our appeal attorneys are ready to review your case today and explore the possibilities of your appeal with you.

Criminal Appeals Attorneys in Florida

Our GMV Law Group Florida appeal attorneys diligently work with clients who have been convicted of court crimes. We have appeared numerous times at sentencing or post-trial so that we can prepare for the appeal and make a strong argument for a reduced sentence for our clients.

Appellate work is a large part of our practice. We represent clients throughout Florida in criminal and civil appeals, and we can practice in every circuit court of appeal in the state.

Our clients often ask what an appeal looks like. Appeals from the county go before a panel of three appeal judges who review your case, looking for errors of fact or law. It is our job as your attorney to offer evidence of such errors as we seek to achieve a successful appeal for our clients, which can result in the overturning of a jury verdict or a new trial.

Our appeal clients, in any and all areas of state and federal cases, receive our attention and dedication in their civil or criminal appeals. We are skilled in a broad range of legal issues, and we are prepared to enter any court throughout the state of Florida.

Appellate Law Firm in Florida

Our GMV Law Group Florida federal appellate attorneys represent clients in criminal appeals, habeas corpus, and numerous other civil and criminal appeals before the Circuit Courts of Appeals. In a federal trial, the judge has the ability to allow new evidence or witnesses from either side. If the judge allows evidence to enter the court or be heard by a jury, or if the judge misapplies the law, the opportunity for appealing significantly grows, along with the possibility of success.

Circuit Courts in Florida

  • FIRST CIRCUIT – ESCAMBIA, OKALOOSA, SANTA ROSA AND WALTON
  • SECOND CIRCUIT – FRANKLIN, GADSDEN, JEFFERSON, LEON, LIBERTY, AND WAKULLA
  • THIRD CIRCUIT – COLUMBIA, DIXIE, HAMILTON, LAFAYETTE, MADISON, SUWANNEE AND TAYLOR
  • FOURTH CIRCUIT – CLAY, DUVAL AND NASSAU
  • FIFTH CIRCUIT – CITRUS, HERNANDO, LAKE, MARION AND SUMTER
  • SIXTH CIRCUIT – PASCO AND PINELLAS
  • SEVENTH CIRCUIT – FLAGLER, PUTNAM, ST. JOHNS AND VOLUSIA
  • EIGHTH CIRCUIT – ALACHUA, BAKER, BRADFORD, GILCHRIST, LEVY, AND UNION
  • NINTH CIRCUIT – ORANGE AND OSCEOLA
  • TENTH CIRCUIT – HARDEE, HIGHLANDS, AND POLK
  • ELEVENTH CIRCUIT – DADE
  • TWELFTH CIRCUIT – DESOTO, MANATEE, AND SARASOTA
  • THIRTEENTH CIRCUIT – HILLSBOROUGH
  • FOURTEENTH CIRCUIT – BAY, CALHOUN, GULF, HOLMES, JACKSON AND WASHINGTON
  • FIFTEENTH CIRCUIT – PALM BEACH
  • SIXTEENTH CIRCUIT – MONROE
  • SEVENTEENTH CIRCUIT – BROWARD
  • EIGHTEENTH CIRCUIT – BREVARD AND SEMINOLE
  • NINETEENTH CIRCUIT – INDIAN RIVER, MARTIN, OKEECHOBEE AND ST. LUCIE
  • TWENTIETH CIRCUIT – CHARLOTTE, COLLIER, GLADES, HENDRY AND LEE
  • Florida Civil Appeal Lawyers

Because of our ability to handle appeals from trial courts in various states, to analyze appeals, and to appear at all levels of federal and state appellate court, we are a strong law firm who is skilled to help our clients receive positive outcomes in the business and corporate sectors. We have the skills, assets, experience, and drive to be an excellent appellate advocate for you, and achieve the best position for your appellate case. We are also equipped to present a strong case for reconsidering or preserving a decision of a lower court.

Services offered by GMV Law Group include:

  • Advising clients on appellate issues during and after trial
  • Drafting and preparing motions in limine, jury instructions, and verdict forms
  • Briefing and arguing appeals on the merits
  • Briefing motions in the trial courts
  • Handling both regulatory appeals and appeals before governmental bodies
  • Preparing petitions for interlocutory writs
  • Preparing responses at all appellate court levels
  • Preparing reviews of administrative proceedings
  • Providing advice to trial counsel and assisting in briefing significant legal issue at the trial court level

Federal Appellate Law Firm in Florida

GMV Law Group’s Florida federal appeal attorneys are committed to representing clients before every federal court of appeal in the United States. We are known for our passionate, quality work, and our experience in handling civil and criminal federal appeals at even the highest levels. We have appeared before the Eleventh Circuit Court of appeal and the United States Supreme Court on behalf of our clients, making our firm one of the most experienced in the country for appellate litigation in criminal and civil cases.

Our Florida appeal lawyers are former law clerks and prosecutors, who have extensive experience with the entire process of appellate court. We understand the position and difficulty our clients face. Our clients seeking to appeal are often desperate to get their life back after grueling weeks, months, and even years of pressure and stress from the court. Whatever your case, our attorneys are ready to discuss the possibility of helping you in the process of your appeal.

Our GMV federal appeal attorneys handle appeals in oil and gas, government, contracts, advertising, commercial, labor, criminal, securities, and many more. We are dedicated to achieving results for our clients across the state of Florida. We have handled difficult appeals from Florida federal courts, having practice din Orlando, Miami, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and Tampa. Whether a federal appeal, civil appeal, or criminal appeal, contact us today at 954-530-6206.

Florida Federal Appellate Litigation

An appeal is a time-sensitive matter. After trial, while the defendant may appeal the conviction and jury verdict, the defendant also has only 10 an intent or notice to pursue an appeal. The deadline is critical, offering no time to waste. If the deadline passes, it is possible that a GMV Law Group criminal appeal attorney at our firm may be able to still begin your appeal based on the reason of excusable neglect. If we are successful, the appellate court will consider your appeal.

The process of an appeal involves the appellate courts reviewing the record and transcripts from the proceedings of the district court. We as your Florida Federal Appeal attorneys search for and review mistakes the lower court committed. We write a brief to the appellate court that raises the issues we deem vital to your case. A defendant may, in a criminal case, also be entitled to an oral argument before the appellate court, receiving the chances to clarify specific issues, to emphasize certain arguments already made in the brief, and to answer the court’s questions. Once a legal appeal is granted, the case is then sent to the district court for new sentencing, a new trial, or release. However, there is still the opportunity for the government to petition for rehearing or by writ of certiorari – this is not an appeal, but is a request by the losing part for the US Supreme Court to hear the case.

Appeals can be an overwhelming process, and one that you should not have to face alone. Contact our GMV Law Group Federal appeal attorneys today so that we can discuss your case in a free consultation. We are eager to talk with you about your issues and help you determine what options are available to you concerning your appeal. Give us a call today!
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