Court Appeals In South Carolina
Did you receive a final judgment from family or circuit court where you strongly believe justice was not served? If so, it is important to contact our firm to review your case as you may have grounds for an appeal and time is of the essence for the South Carolina appeals court. Appellate work is not to be taken lightly, but not limited to the cases below:
- Wallace v. Milliken & Co., 305 S.C. 118 (S.C. Ct. App. 1990).
- Crary v. Djebelli, 329 S.C. 385 (S.C. 1998).
- Doe v. Roe, 369 S.C. 351 (S.C. Ct. App. 2006).
- Mullinax v. J.M. Brown Amusement Co., 333 S.C. 89 (S.C. 1998)
What Is An Appeal?
An appeal is a request for a reversal of judgment in a family court or circuit court ruling.
Grounds For Appeal In South Carolina:
Usually one may appeal their case by arguing that the trial judge included evidence he should not have; excluded evidence he should have allowed; abused his discretion; misapplied the law; or there was an incorrect factual finding.
Contact Us To Learn More
With over four decades of combined legal experience, our attorneys are confident that we can help you understand your options regarding your appeal. To learn more, call our Gaffney office at (864) 489-8128 or send us an email to schedule your consultation.