Did the judge make mistakes in your case? Did you have a Federal or State Court trial in which the court made unfair decisions or misinterpreted the law? Those mistakes and injustices are the very definition of what the law calls “grounds for appeal.” The beauty of our legal system in the United States is that the trial judge’s decision is not the final word. Our system allows litigants to appeal to a higher authority – an appellate court or, ultimately, the United States Supreme Court.
So, if you feel aggrieved by an unfair court decision, or overall outcome in your case, your first priority should be to find a seasoned appellate attorney who can appeal your case to a higher court. Nicole Nicolette is just that type of skilled, experienced, and zealous attorney who can ensure that all of the unjust issues at your trial will be effectively and aggressively presented on appeal. Having most of her practice devoted to appellate work for over the last 12 years, Nicole has the know-how to get the important issues appropriately reviewed and corrected at the appellate level.
The Appeals Process.
The appeals process is not a simple one. It requires an attorney to exhaustively review the trial record; identify and research all of the relevant appealable issues; plan a strategy for the best and most persuasive way in which to present the appellate arguments; write, edit, cite check, proofread and file a lengthy appellate brief; and then, in some cases, argue the case before the appellate court.
Because so much of appellate work is built into the research and writing that goes into a legal brief, appeals work is both an art and a science. Without question, an appellate lawyer must, with scientific precision, inform the appeals court as to what the relevant law is on any particular subject.
Yet, the appellate attorney has to do so much more, and that is where the art comes in. The appellate attorney must fashion those relevant legal precedents into an argument that persuades the court. Through her writing, an appellate attorney must demonstrate to the court that there is no other reasonable way in which to analyze the facts but in a way that favors her client. That type of writing – writing meant to convince, to encourage, to motivate someone to decide in a certain way – is a very special skill.
Nicole Nicolette Will Provide You the Very Best in Appellate Advocacy.
Given her legal background, her drive, her passion for the law, and her concern for her clients, Nicole Nicolette is one of those top-notch attorneys who can provide a winning, persuasive appellate strategy. As noted, effective appellate writing is a very special skill, and Nicole Nicolette has it. Moreover, Nicole has the ability to animate any legal argument in her brief when arguing before an appellate court to ensure the best outcome for her clients. Nicole is admitted before the United States Supreme Court and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth and Eleventh Circuits. She is also a member of the Florida Bar, the Florida Association of Women Lawyers, and the Appellate Practice Section of the Florida Bar. She has successfully handled many Federal and State appeals for her clients, obtaining great victories in the large majority of her cases. Feel free to review the information in her website, and then call to set up a consultation with Nicole. You will be happy that you did.