If your civil litigation case in Nevada reached a conclusion that you consider to be defective, you may have grounds for an appeal. Through a civil litigation appeal, you can ask the Court of Appeals or the Nevada Supreme Court to reconsider your case on the basis that the original trial was flawed for a reason such as the following:
The decision reached by the court does not comply with Nevada legal precedents.
Evidence was allowed that should have been excluded. (For example, illegal search and seizure may have brought the evidence to light — and for this reason, it should not have been admitted in trial in the first place.)
Evidence was excluded that would have aided you in your defense. (For example, a witness may have been labeled as “biased,” when in fact, that person’s testimony was credible and important to your case.)
Hofland & Tomsheck is a well-respected and well-established Las Vegas civil litigation law firm whose lawyers take a variety of civil cases to the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, including the following:
Whether you are an individual who was convicted at trial or an attorney whose client’s case needs an appellate attorney, we welcome your inquiry. Call or e-mail the law firm to schedule a consultation regarding appeal of a commercial landlord-tenant court decision.
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For experienced legal representation, contact Hofland & Tomsheck. We offer free initial consultations and are available for evening and weekend appointments. We also charge reasonable rates and accept credit cards. We handle all personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. Our offices are conveniently located in downtown Las Vegas, just steps away from the federal and state courthouses. To contact our Las Vegas law firm, call or e-mail our office.