Appellate Law

Civil and Criminal

advocates of judicial review

Errors of Law Occur

With the complexities of litigation and the often fast pace of trial work, no one is infallible, including judges.

The process of judicial review provides an important safeguard when it is believed that an error or errors of law occurred at the trial level.

The process involves close and thorough scrutiny of the transcripts of the underlying proceedings to identify the appropriate issues for review and apply the appropriate authority to achieve a more just outcome than obtained below.