Most parties that receive an unsatisfactory outcome at trial court have the right to ask the court of appeals to review their case. Appeals focus on questions of law such as the correct application of the law to the facts.
The Appellate Process
The Appellate process can be complex. Crafting an appellate brief requires a sophisticated understanding of the law and procedures which apply specifically to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
In general, a party may not present new evidence or witnesses. The window of time to file an appeal is relatively short.
Rules and Regulations regarding appeals are different from those applied to the trial court. You need a lawyer who has the strategies, skills, and knowledge to advocate on your behalf.
The attorneys at Metro Law and Mediation have successfully represented client’s through complex appeals litigation. Call Adam Galili and Metro Law Offices today at 612-548-4453 to schedule your free consultation with an attorney regarding your appeal.