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Practice before the New Jersey Appellate Division requires familiarity with a whole different set of rules.  Successfully litigating appeals also requires understanding that the focus of the matter is different than at the trial court level.  The Appellate Division does not hear motions or retry cases held in a trial court and does not offer disappointed litigants "do-overs."  Instead, it asks whether a trial court made any error so serious that it requires reversal, while giving deference to the trial court's discretion and findings of fact.

Mr. Wilson has represented hundreds of clients in the Appellate Division and has extensive experience both challenging and defending trial court rulings.  He can offer thorough, well-researched, and persuasive arguments that give you (or your client) the best chance in the Appellate Division.  If you need an experience appellate practitioner able to provide the specialized assistance necessary to litigate an appeal, call today.

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