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Appeal Lawyers Washington, DC

Appeal cases occur when one of the parties in a legal case decides to ask a higher court to review a decision of a lower court. This situation usually happens when one of the parties is unhappy with the lower court's decision. Appeal cases are allowed because lower courts can sometimes make mistakes. Higher courts can review the decision by the lower court and either affirm it (agree with it) or reverse it (stop the decision and enter a different decision). The party that is trying to change the lower court's decision is the one that is said to be "appealing" the case.

Washington, D.C. includes the neighborhoods of Adams Morgan, Anacostia, Brookland, Capitol Hill, Capitol Riverfront, Chinatown, Cleveland Park, Columbia Heights, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Fort Totten, Friendship Heights, Georgetown, H Street Corridor, Kalorama, Logan Circle, NoMa, Northwest, Penn Quarter, Petworth, Shaw, Southwest Waterfront, Tenleytown, U Street, Van Ness, and Woodley Park.

Washington, D.C. includes 20001, 20002, 20003, 20004, 20005, 20006, 20007, 20008, 20009, 20010, 20011, 20012, 20015, 20016, 20017, 20018, 20019, 20020, 20024, 20032, 20036, 20037, 20045, 20052, 20053, 20057, 20064, 20202, 20204, 20228, 20230, 20240, 20245, 20260, 20307, 20317, 20319, 20373, 20390, 20405, 20418, 20427, 20506, 20510, 20520, 20535, 20540, 20551, 20553, 20560, 20565, 20566, 20593.

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1. Eric Owen Sullivan

7 wins, 0 losses in our database

100.00% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
11 appeal cases handled in our database.
7.8 miles away
4.5 quality rating for appeal cases.

2. Shannon Colleen Thibault

6 wins, 0 losses in our database

100.00% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
903 appeal cases handled in our database.
6.1 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

3. Matthew Charles Rist

9 wins, 1 loss in our database

90.00% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
50 appeal cases handled in our database.
1.0 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

4. Mark Kotlarsky

8 wins, 1 loss in our database

88.89% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
33 appeal cases handled in our database.
7.1 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

5. Adam Daniel Harris

29 wins, 9 losses in our database

76.32% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
329 appeal cases handled in our database.
2.1 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

6. Binny Miller

12 wins, 3 losses in our database

80.00% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
30 appeal cases handled in our database.
3.5 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

7. Arturo Hernandez

5 wins, 1 loss in our database

83.33% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
108 appeal cases handled in our database.
6.2 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

8. Pernell Adam Choren

5 wins, 1 loss in our database

83.33% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
73 appeal cases handled in our database.
1.0 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

9. Marc G Hall

5 wins, 1 loss in our database

83.33% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
58 appeal cases handled in our database.
10.1 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

10. Steven Christopher Rohan

5 wins, 0 losses in our database

100.00% estimated win rate in appeal cases in our database.
142 appeal cases handled in our database.
8.6 miles away
5.0 quality rating for appeal cases.

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Appeal Lawyers Washington, DC

Appeal cases occur when one of the parties in a legal case decides to ask a higher court to review a decision of a lower court. This situation usually happens when one of the parties is unhappy with the lower court's decision. Appeal cases are allowed because lower courts can sometimes make mistakes. Higher courts can review the decision by the lower court and either affirm it (agree with it) or reverse it (stop the decision and enter a different decision). The party that is trying to change the lower court's decision is the one that is said to be "appealing" the case.

Washington, D.C. includes the neighborhoods of Adams Morgan, Anacostia, Brookland, Capitol Hill, Capitol Riverfront, Chinatown, Cleveland Park, Columbia Heights, Dupont Circle, Foggy Bottom, Fort Totten, Friendship Heights, Georgetown, H Street Corridor, Kalorama, Logan Circle, NoMa, Northwest, Penn Quarter, Petworth, Shaw, Southwest Waterfront, Tenleytown, U Street, Van Ness, and Woodley Park.

Washington, D.C. includes 20001, 20002, 20003, 20004, 20005, 20006, 20007, 20008, 20009, 20010, 20011, 20012, 20015, 20016, 20017, 20018, 20019, 20020, 20024, 20032, 20036, 20037, 20045, 20052, 20053, 20057, 20064, 20202, 20204, 20228, 20230, 20240, 20245, 20260, 20307, 20317, 20319, 20373, 20390, 20405, 20418, 20427, 20506, 20510, 20520, 20535, 20540, 20551, 20553, 20560, 20565, 20566, 20593.

Win loss records for appeal attorneys in Washington, DC and surrounding areas