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Civil Appeals

The appellate process in Oklahoma courts poses a number of pitfalls for the unsuspecting party. There are strict time limits imposed for all appeals. In addition, properly arguing a point of law on appeal in Oklahoma has become more and more difficult in light of many appellate court decisions.

Appealing a case, whether it is a family law or other civil trial litigation case, is not a second trial but is a way to argue points of law and argue that the law was not applied correctly in a given case. If done effectively, it is possible to reverse a trial court or jury decision. Let my appellate experience work for you.

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