Law Office Of Paul DePetris
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New Jersey Per Diem Attorney Appeal Help

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Or, to receive a no cost phone consultation about what the Law Office of Paul DePetris might be able to do for you, call Mr. DePetris at 609-714-2020 or send an email to Mr. DePetris.

NEW JERSEY PER DIEM APPELLATE BRIEF SERVICES

Is a deadline for a New Jersey appellate brief coming up? Thinking of filing a New Jersey appeal but unfamiliar with how to draft a New Jersey appellate brief or to prepare a New Jersey appellate appendix? Are you ready to file a New Jersey appeal but need guidance on what issues to bring to the New Jersey appellate court’s attention? Was your client served with a New Jersey notice of appeal and you are faced with defending against a New Jersey appeal?

As New Jersey appellate deadlines come closer and your firm’s file load increases, let Mr. DePetris office free up your time by drafting your New Jersey appellate brief. Let an attorney experienced in drafting New Jersey appellate briefs do the New Jersey appellate brief writing work for you by providing you New Jersey appellate brief writing services, while you argue any oral argument on the New Jersey appeal. Let a New Jersey per diem appellate attorney give you a fresh perspective on your New Jersey case before you file your New Jersey appellate brief. New Jersey per diem appellate brief services are a good way to get your New Jersey appellate brief done without having to look up every New Jersey appellate rule.

New Jersey appeals are complex and New Jersey appellate briefs usually take dozens of hours to prepare properly. Mr. DePetris has worked on at least 20 New Jersey appeals and prepared over 15 New Jersey per diem appellate briefs along with New Jersey appellate appendix. Don’t take a chance with your New Jersey appeal. Use New Jersey per diem appellate brief writing services and get the job done properly. The firm’s New Jersey per diem appellate brief services free up your time to do other things while your New Jersey appellate brief is prepared by an experienced New Jersey appellate brief writer.

New Jersey per diem appellate brief services are a good way to provide you with the work product you need without your having to worry about New Jersey appellate brief rules. New Jersey appellate briefs are not like New Jersey trial court motion briefs - attorneys must follow very specific and demanding rules and deviation from those rules could result in the imposition of sanctions. For example:

• There are strict guidelines for how proofs are presented on New Jersey Appeals. Accordingly, attorneys are not always permitted to present to a New Jersey appellate court all the proofs that the New Jersey appeal attorney believes are relevant to the appeal.
• It is not uncommon for a New Jersey appellate brief to require hundreds of citations to the record.
• Format of New Jersey appellate papers is in large part specified by the New Jersey Appellate Rules.
• The standard of review for New Jersey appeals may be different from New Jersey trial court standards for deciding issues before them.
• Failure to properly frame the issues via the New Jersey appellate brief could be fatal to one's New Jersey appeal.
• New Jersey Appellate courts expect a higher standard of writing than that found in the typical New Jersey trial court brief.
• Motions filed in the New Jersey Appellate Division follow different procedures than motions in New Jersey trial courts.
• Not all issues presented to a New Jersey trial court are worthwhile to present to a New Jersey Appellate Court. Arguing irrelevant or nominal issues on your New Jersey appeal may hurt rather than help your chances of appealing a New Jersey lower court decision.

Consider the New Jersey per diem appellate brief services of Paul DePetris. Paul DePetris has:

• Worked on at least 20 New Jersey appeals.
• Written over 15 New Jersey appellate briefs on a wide variety of subjects, most of which were completed as New Jersey per diem appellate briefs.
• Written New Jersey appellate briefs for many law firms on a wide variety of substantive and procedural issues.
• Helped law firms prosecute and defend New Jersey appeals.
• Helped law firms oppose motions filed in New Jersey appellate courts.
• Counseled law firms on the details of New Jersey appellate practice.
• Helped law firms to overturn trial court decisions.

Mr. DePetris is also the author of the following publications:

• New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act & Forms (New Jersey Law Journal Books)
• Learned Professionals, Licensed Semiprofessionals and the Consumer Fraud Act: The Origins of the Licensed Professionals’ Doctrine (New Jersey Lawyer, Oct. 2008)
• Liability For Consumer Fraud In Real Estate Transactions (New Jersey Law Journal, March 18, 2009). Mr. DePetris also gives seminars on the New Jersey Consumer Fraud Act.

For a no obligation phone consultation, call the Law Office of Paul DePetris at 609-714-2020 or send the firm an email.
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