Wrongful Conviction or Unfair Sentence?
If you have been wrongfully convicted of a crime in federal court, you have the right to appeal.
We have an in-depth understanding of the federal appellate process from start to finish. A commitment to unparalleled written and oral advocacy sets us apart in federal appellate courts across the country. Our attorneys are among the 1% of appellate lawyers that have successfully appealed to the United States Supreme Court.
we know the federal criminal appeals process cold
The Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure are full of pitfalls. Crafting a successful appeal requires a thorough understanding of those rules, the law and the ability to make a persuasive argument, and that is where we excel. Our unrivaled experience in federal appellate courts gives you, our client, the advantage. We handle appeals in federal circuit courts and the United States Supreme Court.
- Federal drug crime appeals
- White collar crime appeals
- Fraud crime appeals
- SEC case appeals
- Public corruption appeals
- Narcotics conspiracy appeals
- Computer crime appeals
supreme court advocacy
The United States Supreme Court reviews thousands of cases requesting permission to appeal every year, but only a small fraction of those cases are accepted. We are among that small percentage of attorneys who have successfully reached the Supreme Court and obtained a favorable outcome. If you believe your case should be reviewed by the Supreme Court, we can help. Call us today to get justice.
Other Practice Areas
White Collar Defense and Regulatory Enforcement
We defend public officials, executives, board members, securities brokers, traders, law enforcement personnel, and employees facing criminal charges, internal investigations and regulatory enforcement actions.
Asset Forfeiture Litigation
We help people who face asset forfeiture including government seizure of money, property or other items.
Federal Criminal Defense
We represent individuals who have been charged with or are being investigated for a full range of federal crimes nationwide.