Randy B. Corporon
Randy heads Colorado Appeals, the appellate practice group at The Law Center, P.C. Randy has experience few other attorneys can offer: he spent many years working as an automobile mechanic and broadcaster prior to receiving his law degree. Randy has a thorough understanding of the importance of customer service and hard knocks, and he incorporates this knowledge into all of his appellate law, family law, criminal defense, and civil litigation cases.
Colorado Appeals, the appellate practice group at The Law Center, P.C.We are Colorado appellate lawyers who concentrate our practice in court appeals. Contact us today if you need highly skilled representation in a appellate matter in the Colorado district courts, Colorado Court of Appeals, Colorado Supreme Court, U.S. District Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, or U.S. Supreme Court. The final judgment at the end of a trial is not necessarily the final determination of the matter. Many judgments are modified, reversed, remanded, or overturned by the appellate courts. However, many competent trial lawyers cannot effectively present an appeal, because appellate work requires unique experience. Appellate courts rely on the appellate brief to affirm or overturn a decision. The ability to draft an effective appellate brief is critical to the success of every appeal.
How we can helpMany judgments are modified, reversed, remanded, or overturned by the appellate courts. However, many competent trial lawyers cannot effectively present an appeal, because appellate work requires unique experience.
Appellate practice is a specialty area of law. Your appeals lawyer must know the practices and procedures that are specific to appellate courts. Your appeals lawyer must have the ability to spot appealable issues, and develop a new approach and perspective to a difficult legal problem. Most importantly, your appeals lawyer must be a master of written and oral communication, since the appellate courts rely on appellate briefs and oral arguments to affirm or overturn a decision.
Colorado appellate lawyer Randy B. Corporon is eager to expand his practice on court appeals. If you need highly skilled representation after a disappointing result at trial or summary judgment, or if you need to preserve a favorable trial court outcome on appeal, please contact us today.
At The Law Center, P.C. we help our clients through major life transitions. We are a group of seasoned attorneys who believe the best way to settle a case is out of court, keeping the cost of representation low and reducing the amount of time spent on legal proceedings.
We carefully examine all aspects of a case to determine the best possible outcome for our clients and use the latest technology to keep abreast of any change in laws or statutes.
Proud to be named the Best of the Best Law Firm in 2011, 2010, 2006 and 2005 in the Colorado Community Newspaper’s reader’s poll, The Law Center, P.C. was founded in 1998 to serve the communities of Colorado and beyond.
We know how complicated life can be under the best of circumstances. We are well prepared to help you navigate the complicated nature of legal proceedings. We make a point of forging strong relationships with our clients based on trust, honesty, and mutual respect. You need a law firm in who will use their expertise to skillfully negotiate settlements and fight for your rights.
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People v. Versteeg
Stauffer v. Stegemann
State v. City and County of Denver
In re Marriage of Ciesluk
Spahmer v. Gullette
Smith v. Truman
Clinger v. Hartshorn
In re Estate of DeWitt
Equitex, Inc. v. Ungar
People v. Rios
People v. Duke
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