Criminal Appeal Lawyers in Worcester & Springfield, Massachusetts
Convicted? If you need criminal appeal lawyers, then let Murphy & Rudolf, LLP help! Call (508) 762-1397.
Appeals are a focus for our Worcester criminal defense attorneys at Murphy & Rudolf, LLP. We routinely appear before the appeals courts of Massachusetts and are known in these courts for the exceptional depth, cogency, and creativity of our briefs and arguments.
Call (508) 762-1397 or contact our firm online if you need the professional help of criminal appeal lawyers in Springfield or Worcester counties.
Benefits of Retaining Criminal Appeal Lawyers from Our Firm
Our appeals clients come to us because they know that winning on appeal, no matter the merit of their claim, is difficult. An appeals lawyer must know the law, and know it well; but just as important, he or she must be able to interpret the law.
Because the facts of every case are different, there is seldom a clear answer for whether a legal error has occurred. The successful appeals lawyer is one who can identify and articulate the principles that govern previous cases, and apply those principles to the unique facts of the case before him. At Murphy & Rudolf, LLP, we excel at this. Moreover, we enjoy it. Our Worcester appeals attorneys relish the opportunity that every appeal offers to play a part in shaping the law.
Common Appeals Cases
At our firm, we handle a variety of cases at the appeal level.
If you feel that your legal rights have been violated in any trial or other legal proceeding, we welcome your call at 508-762-1397. Get the representation you need today!
Contact a Devoted Worcester Appeals Lawyer
If you have been unfairly convicted of a crime, call the Worcester County appeals attorneys from the law office of Murphy & Rudolf, LLP. We offer free initial consultations to help you get started.
Request a FREE Consultation or Call 508-762-1397.
We are devoted to effective trial lawyering. We know how to deliver aggressive defense strategies and we know how to speak to juries and judges alike.