In any case, there may be the need for an appeal. Sometimes appeals may need to be filed while a case is still pending, known as an interlocutory appeal, or to address certain issues that arise during a case. Other times, an appeal may need to be filed after a trial or other final disposition or ruling in the case.
Trial is an art and requires someone who understands the law and is able to do all of the things necessary to persuade a jury in your favor. A successful appeal is also an art and requires strong, analytic persuasion skills in legal writing and oral advocacy. A successful appeal can make the difference in winning or losing a case.
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