An Overview of the Federal Criminal Appellate Process
Created on September 08, 2017
Federal criminal appeals are a constant source of uncertainty among the criminal defense bar. The rules in every Circuit Court differ from one to the next. How do I file an appendix, how many copies are required, does the court require hyperlinking? These are just a few of the questions you should be asking yourself if you are filing a federal criminal appellate brief.
This program presents an overview of the federal criminal appellate process, the rules that control the process, and practical advice for navigating both. We will cover topics from the first filing of the notice of appeal to Writ of Certiorari to the United States Supreme Court.
Join us as Brad Henry, a New York City based federal criminal attorney, walks you through the process from start to finish. Mr. Henry, managing member of The Henry Law Firm PLLC, is a Board Certified Criminal Trial Advocate. He has filed and argued appeals in multiple Circuit Courts and the United States Supreme Court. The Supreme Court recently granted, reversed and remanded an appeal brought by Mr. Henry for a criminal client.
- Review how to get started, particularly how to file a notice of appeal or Writ of Certiorari
- Understand the rules that control the appellate process and where to find them
- Discuss how an appellate brief should be formatted
- Gain practical advice on how to write and file a compliant brief
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