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Lose your trial?  Convicted of a crime?  There is still hope!


 

Appealing Criminal Convictions

Gieske Law Office can help you ask the Court of Appeals to overturn your criminal conviction.  But you must not delay!

Many trial attorneys do not handle appeals.  This is where Gieske Law Office comes in.  Once the trial court enters your conviction, you typically must file an appeal within 30 days from the date of the entry. 

Once your notice of appeal is filed, Ms. Gieske will submit a legal brief on your behalf to try to persuade the Court of Appeals to reverse your conviction.  If the case warrants, Ms. Gieske will also appear before the three-judge appellate panel to argue your case.  Your options are limited if you don't act fast, so contact Gieske Law Office today!

 

Post-conviction relief

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Extraordinary writs

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Appealing Civil Cases

Gieske Law Office can help you ask the Court of Appeals to overturn the trial court's decision in your civil case.  But you must act fast!

Many trial attorneys do not engage in appellate practice.  This is where Gieske Law Office comes in.  Once the trial court enters a decision in your case, you typically must file an appeal within 30 days.

Once your notice of appeal is filed, Ms. Gieske will submit a legal brief on your behalf to try to persuade the Court of Appeals to reverse the trial court's decision.  If you so choose,  Ms. Gieske will also appear before the three-judge appellate panel to argue the merits of your case.  Don't delay; contact us today!

Protecting Civil Judgments

Gieske Law Office can help convince the Court of Appeals to uphold the trial court's decision in your civil case when the other side appeals.

In this scenario, you are not responsible for filing a notice of appeal within 30 days of the trial court's decision.  As the party seeking to uphold the trial court's decision, however, it is imperative that you file a responsive brief.

Once the appealing party files its appellate brief, Ms. Gieske will submit a brief on your behalf in an attempt to persuade the Court of Appeals to affirm the trial court's decision in your favor.  Ms. Gieske may also appear before the three-judge appellate panel to argue in favor of your position.


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