Civil Appeals Lawyer – Appellate Law

The Justice System Sometimes Gets it Wrong

Koehler & Associates’ attorneys understand that the legal process feels daunting, frustrating and sometimes deeply unfair. Unfortunately, the legal system sometimes makes mistakes, and with the help of a skill appellate attorney, it is possible to secure a more favorable outcome in your case.

The Appeals Process is Highly Complex

Appeals require a deep understanding of state and federal procedural rules as well as substantive law in many practices areas. Appeals also require extensive research and writing and require the ability to argue intricate legal principles to a panel of highly experienced justices. A strong appellate lawyer has the knowledge of the process as well as the skills to challenge an unfavorable trial judgement.

Koehler & Associates Can Help

The attorneys at Koehler & Associates have over three decades of experience in practicing law. The principal attorney, Stephen Koehler, has achieved numerous successes on appeal, and he is widely respected among his peers as a strong appellate advocate. He is licensed in North Carolina’s State Appellate Court and in the U.S. District Courts for Western and Middle Districts of North Carolina.

Our Trial Experience is an Asset

Trials and appeals require a drastically different approach, but knowing how to try a case at the trial level is vital for the Appellate practitioner. While the skills required to be successful at trial and appeals vary, Koehler & Associates has managed to master both.

Koehler & Associates has the experience necessary to effectively represent you in your appellate matter.

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