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Preserve the Record on Appeal

By Marcia Silvers In my last post, I told of the sorrowful bane of appellate lawyers everywhere. It’s the case where there is clear error below, but trial counsel has inadvertently waived that error due to the failure to preserve … Continue reading

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Appellate Lawyers: How To Choose the Best for Your Case

By Marcia Silvers Based on my practice in the appeal courts for 33 years, I’ve come up with some advice for avoiding the pitfalls and traps that befall appellate lawyers. If you need an attorney for a criminal appeal or other post-conviction … Continue reading

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