Appeals- Appellate Court Lawyer in Jacksonville

No judge, magistrate or jury has complete control over the outcome of your case. Appellate courts are the part of the judicial system responsible for reviewing and possibly overturning rulings in cases that have already been heard in a trial or other court.

Appeals Can Reverse Errors of Law and Justice Can Be Served
The Roth Law Firm helps small and medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs navigate the entire appellate process. In total support of our clients, the Roth Law Firm combines hands on experience, a practical understanding of appellate law, and a deep commitment to standing by our clients. To become part of the solution, we carefully review the trial record to identify and articulate important issues on appeals.

Passionate, Honest and Dedicated Legal Services Tailored to Your Specific Needs
Using our years of appellate court experience, we are skilled at identifying, analyzing, and presenting complicated issues on appeal.  We provide experienced legal counsel communicating honest opinions and delivering to each client the personalized service and the dedication only a smaller law firm can provide.

The Roth Law Firm provides the advantages of having your own in-house counsel with the benefits of out-sourced legal services.

We Represent Anyone Pursuing Appeals in:

  • Florida Supreme Court
  • All Florida District Courts
  • All Florida Judicial Circuits
  • The U.S. (Federal) Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
  • The U.S. (Federal) Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit
  • The U.S. Tax Court

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Roth Law Firm       6100 Greenland Road - Suite 604       Jacksonville, Florida 32258

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