Practice Areas

Appeals

Trial courts make mistakes, and when they do, an appeal can make legal sense. Appellate procedures allow you, as the losing party at trial, to bring to a higher court’s attention the legal mistakes or abuses of discretion which may have occurred in your case. If you prevail in the appeal, the case can be...

Civil Rights/Constitutional Law

We vigorously represent clients whose civil rights have been violated. Under state and federal law, you have the right to be treated fairly and without discrimination or abuse by prosecutors, police officers and other public agencies and officials. We litigate our cases in both state and federal court, and frequently bring actions under 42 U.S.C....

Criminal Defense

We represent clients in a wide range of criminal matters, at the trial, appellate and post-conviction phases. Our practice handles a broad array of criminal cases, from violent crimes such as murder, assault, weapons, narcotics and robbery charges, to white collar crimes such as money laundering, fraud, identity theft, criminal conspiracies, and organized crime allegations....

Internet Law

Domain Name Law When a registrant chooses a domain name, the registrant must “represent and warrant” that registering the name “will not infringe upon or otherwise violate the rights of any third party”, and agree to participate in an arbitration-like proceeding should any third party assert such a claim. Under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute...

Post-Conviction

Our firm also handles all manner of applications for post-conviction relief in criminal cases, such as post-judgment motions, habeas corpus petitions, and petitions for writs of error coram nobis. Post-trial motions: While the function of an appellate court during a direct appeal in a criminal matter is limited to reviewing issues of preserved legal error,...

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