After a trial, a party who is dissatisfied with a legal ruling may file an appeal. Disagreeing with the factual findings at trial will generally not serve as a basis for an appeal. Only mistakes of law will qualify.
For over 50 years, the attorneys at Anderson & Quinn have been handling appeals in Maryland and the District of Columbia, including the Court of Special Appeals, the Court of Appeals, the District of Columbia Court of Appeal, United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, and the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Anderson & Quinn Appellate Litigation Attorneys
John A. Rego
Alice Kelley Scanlon
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