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Temple Appeals Attorney

Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law Can Handle Any Case

Receiving an unfavorable result for your case can be disheartening and, at times, devastating. If this has happened to you, you may have the option to appear before the appellate courts and appeal the decision. An experienced appeals lawyer can help determine if it is a good idea to appeal your case. Attorney Bobby Barina is board certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and understands how these cases are handled in Texas. With nearly 30 years of experience on our side, you can feel confident in our ability to help you identify the best course of action for your situation.

At Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law, we are focused on doing what is right for you. Call our Temple appeals attorney at (254) 523-4446.

Criminal Appeals

After the conclusion of your criminal case, you may have the opportunity to appeal the initial judgment to a higher court. Appealing to an appellate court is not a retrial. Additionally, the appellate court does not hear testimony. Instead, they will revisit and review the original case and determine whether the law was correctly applied by the judge during your trial.

Common grounds for an appeal include:

  • Insufficient evidence
  • Issues with the admissibility of evidence
  • Jury selection issues
  • Jury instruction issues
  • Misconduct on the part of the jury
  • Misconduct on the part of the prosecution
  • Ineffective counsel

If you decide to appeal your case, your attorney must provide written notice of appeal to the court as well as an appeal brief. Your appeal brief is your attorney's argument on your behalf regarding why the decision of the lower court should be overturned or revised. Your attorney may also be required to give an oral argument in front of the appellate judges and answer any questions. All aspects of your appeal must be handled correctly and with great attention to detail. Our criminal appeals attorney has nearly three decades of experience handling criminal appeals.

Family Law Appeals

The appeals process is most often associate with criminal court. Many people are unaware that it is possible to appeal a decision handed down by a family court judge. If you believe the judge made a mistake in your family law matter, you can file a notice of appeal.

Common family law matters that can be appealed include:

  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Divorce judgment
  • Spousal support
  • Property division

Just like with criminal courts, for an appeal to be successful, you must prove there was an issue with the initial judgment. Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law can help you determine if you have grounds for a family law appeal, and we can educate you on all of your legal options.

We Help You Move Forward

Receiving an unfavorable judgment did not expect can be heartbreaking. Our Temple appeals attorney is dedicated to helping clients get through the appeals process. When you need an attorney who will put you first, call us.

Bobby Dale Barina, Attorney At Law has helped clients in Central Texas file appeals in both criminal and family court. We can help you, too. Call (254) 523-4446.

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Why Hire Our Firm?

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  • Attorney Barina Wrote Two Books on Child Custody
  • Experience in Legal Matters Since 1991
  • We Provide Free Initial Consultations
  • Empathetic & Resolution-Oriented Service
  • Client-Centered & Tailored Approach
  • Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

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