Personalized Assistance at the Appellate Level

After all the hard work that goes into taking a case to trial, the last thing either side wants is to come up short. But, even if the court's final decision did not go your way, you still have the opportunity to appeal

Working out of offices in Salem, attorney Daemie M. Kim provides guidance in criminal, civil and administrative appeals — including petitions for review.

Bringing Your Case To The Court Of Appeals

When you appeal a trial court decision, a panel of judges — either in the Oregon Court of Appeals or the Oregon Supreme Court — review the trial record and hear arguments from both sides to determine whether there was an error.

If you appeal a conviction by a criminal court, you might argue that:

  • The evidence doesn't support your conviction.
  • The trial court abused its discretion in either the conviction or the sentencing.
  • Your trial lawyer did not meet the level of effectiveness required by the Sixth Amendment.

Daemie Kim has briefed appellate cases in various areas, including criminal and whistleblower cases, that were reversed and remanded. She understands how important an appeal can be and provides personalized assistance for every client. Appeals in each area of law have specific time constraints that must be followed, so it is important to work with an attorney experienced in appellate law.

Time Is Short — Call Today

If you are thinking of filing a criminal appeal, or want to appeal another court decision, it is important to consult a lawyer right away. Reach Daemie by calling her office at 971-301-2177 or using the online contact form.