Federal Appeals Lawyer Tenth Circuit
If you’ve been convicted within any United States District Court of any crime, you should schedule a consultation session with a federal appeals lawyer. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been convicted in Wyoming, Colorado, Oklahoma, Utah, New Mexico or even Kansas, at Eddington & Worley, our law firm is highly trained to aid with any type of criminal appeals throughout the United States as well as within the Tenth Circuit Court Of Appeals.
We’re determined and focused on conducting as much research and finding session as we can after your plea agreement or even in the case where you were convicted after your trial. Due to extensive training, we’ve developed and perfected the art of brief writing and we can easily review your entire trial record or your sentence record after you’ve dealt with a plea. We’ve made a name for ourselves by finding a series of legal problems that arise on both sides of the table.
So, rest assured that we’ll leave no stone unturned as we reach for pure excellence with your case. However, there’s a lot that can occur and there’s also a series of consequences which further indicates why you need a properly trained appeals lawyer to represent you. Call our offices today at (281)595-1519 to speak with one of our expert attorneys today.
How Does the Criminal Appeal Process Work?
When it comes to the underlying issues, we’re determined to work as we expose pure negligence on the judge’s or on your lawyers’ path that occurred after you met for consultation. Here, we utilize the Tenth step method within the appeal process. And it simply allows us to properly investigate your court record thoroughly, and this is done for both sentencing and plea.
In essence, this allows us to earn and gather crucial details from your case as we carefully examine the transcripts from the court as well as motions and exhibits. As such, perfectly constructing a series of legal issues for a review as well as performing legal research is extremely important for your case. And it’s the starting point for us. We go on to comprehensively research and cover all the aspects to make a fantastic legal brief.
You can also be at ease because we go through a series of different drafts before ever submitting any of them to the court. And we’re sure you already know that this is done to ensure that no important details are left behind. We aim to ensure that all of our statements are factual, legal issues are dealt with, sentence structures are perfect along with grammatical errors, paragraph structure, and various case laws. We make an extra effort because we know just how important it is to create the perfect appellate for your brief, and you can rest assured because every detail of your brief is filed electronically as well as a hard copy.
What Happens After the Appeal is Filed?
After your brief has been filed, the Government will respond with a filed answering brief. At this point, we’re going to have the opportunity to then come up with a suitable reply that suggests an attack on the arguments put against you by the Government. However, during this part of the process, our undivided attention is given since it is very important to the appellate. And we’re very versed when it comes to providing a response to various questions which are given from various appellate judges.
When it comes to arguing in front of the Tenth Circuit Appeals Court, it can be quite fluid and extremely dynamic for even the best attorney that you’ll ever find. These sessions are intense and require rapid-fire that we willingly advocate before the federal judges. Simply put, we’re going to be prepared to answer any question brought forward in the limited time that we have.
However, it should be noted that dealing with the appellate of the federal court is quite different from that of the regular courts used for trials. In the case of federal court, an oral argument results in limited time to properly prepare and present your case by an appellate attorney. Hence there are endless instances where questions aren’t properly answered and persuasion doesn’t get to have its day in court.
This scenario is the ultimate meeting with the judges that have been assigned to decide the outcome of your case. And it is always the lawyer’s job to ensure that the court fully sees and clarifies any doubts that they may be holding with regards to your case. Every question asked is essential to your case and can be considered as holding its weight in gold. Due to all of this, our lawyers understand how important every moment is and we’re there every step of the way to fight for you.
It’s important that you fully understand how difficult the appeals process is. So, don’t ever feel that you’re supposed to deal with it all on your own. We’re experienced and talented beyond the wildest measures and we’ll aid with getting you through every step of the way as we set out for justice.
What States are Covered by the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals?
If you’ve taken a plea or even been convicted, you must file an appeal with to the Tenth Circuit Court in any of the following United States District Court:
- U.S. District Court of Colorado (Denver, Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, and Durango)
- U.S. District Court of Kansas (Kansas City, Topeka, and Wichita)
- U.S. District Court of New Mexico (Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Cruces)
- Eastern District of Oklahoma (Muskogee)
- Northern District of Oklahoma (Tulsa)
- Western District of Oklahoma (Oklahoma City)
- U.S. District Court of Utah (Salt Lake City, St. George, Vernal, Moab, Big Water, and Aneth)
- U.S. District Court of Wyoming (Cheyenne and Casper)
Any case that has been seen from these districts usually comes from Tulsa, Oklahoma; Wichita, Kansas And Denver, Colorado. Dispositions must first appeal to the Tenth Circuit Court since the time allotted is usually limited. So, if you’ve already signed a plea or you’ve been convicted, you must ensure that you’ve filed your appeal before the 30-day period is up! Be sure to contact us immediately so that you can have your case reviewed and examined for any and all issues that your previous lawyer failed to do.
What Types of Appeals Cases Does Eddington & Worley Handle?
If you didn’t already know, we’re highly trained and we’re more than capable of handling each and every type of case that is carded to be argued before the esteemed Tenth Circuit judges. Firearm crimes including possession of a weapon, importing and selling guns and ammo across state lines, and unlawful sale.
- Activities involving gangs as well as kidnapping, extortion, and loan sharking.
- A series of white-collar crimes that involve conspiracy, corruption, identity theft, bank fraud, bribery, insider trading, mail and wire fraud, and money laundering.
- Crimes involving drugs such as trafficking, possession, manufacturing, distribution, and conspiracies.
- Violent crimes like that of murder, assault, manslaughter, and armed robbery.
- Health care crimes such as instigating fraudulent or false Medicare and Medicaid claims.
- Crimes involving firearms such as unlawful sales, possessions of weapons, selling and importing ammo and guns across any border.
Contact The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals Attorney At Eddington & Worley Today
The federal appeal firm of Eddington & Worley are determined to ensure that each client receives the proper treatment by the prosecution. This also includes the justices and well-known judges of court. Simply put, the government doesn’t have your best interest at heart so you’re going to need to seek counsel and allow your attorney to protect your rights that are given by the Constitution. So, let us protect your rights and see to it that you’re presented with a fair trial; because we are here to see that you or another doesn’t get trampled on.
In order to get started with seeking the justice that you deserve today, be sure to contact us at (281)595-1519. Allow our trained attorneys to aid with your case because the Tenth Circuit will in no way ever properly protect you. Our attorneys are experts that actually care about making the difference for you and getting justice for you!