Appeal Trial Court - What To Do When a Party Loses or is Unhappy with a Decision Made by the Trial Court - Kathi Sandweiss discuss

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Kathi Sandweiss, appellate lawyer at Jaburg Wilk, discusses what can be done when a party loses or is unhappy with a decision made by the trial court (lower court). The appellate court reviews the record made in the trial, nothing new can be added.

The court will decide whether to affirm (agree) with the lower court or to reverse the trial courts decision based upon our written briefs. When we represent you as the appellant, we tell the appellate court why the trial court made errors See more +

Kathi Sandweiss, appellate lawyer at Jaburg Wilk, discusses what can be done when a party loses or is unhappy with a decision made by the trial court (lower court). The appellate court reviews the record made in the trial, nothing new can be added.

The court will decide whether to affirm (agree) with the lower court or to reverse the trial courts decision based upon our written briefs. When we represent you as the appellant, we tell the appellate court why the trial court made errors and should be reversed. When we represent you as the appellee, we explain why the court ruled correctly. More will be explained when you meet with Kathi Sandweiss and the facts of your case are discussed. Kathi M. Sandweiss is an attorney at the Phoenix law firm of Jaburg Wilk. She is the head of the appellate law department and has represented many clients at the Arizona appellate courts. Kathi may be reached at 602.248.1000 or kms@jaburgwilk.com. See less -

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