Florida Criminal Appeals Lawyer


Call an Experienced Ft. Lauderdale Criminal Appeals Lawyer Today!


Convicted of a Crime in Ft. Lauderdale?  

Call Brooke Elvington, an experienced Ft. Lauderdale criminal appeals attorney today!


If you or a loved one was convicted of a crime in Ft. Lauderdale, do not delay, call an experienced criminal appellate attorney today!  

The criminal appellate process is both unique and complicated.   Ms. Elvington is an AV-rated experienced criminal appellate lawyer with the background and skill to guide you through the process with honesty and dignity, and to ultimately aggressively attack your conviction.  

What does a criminal appeals lawyer do?

  • Review the appellate record to ensure that the court has all required information
  • Thoroughly analyze the entire record to determine whether the trial court made erroneous legal rulings
  • Research all possible appellate issues
  • File appropriate motions to correct an illegal sentence
  • Draft briefs to the appellate court
  • Conduct oral argument, if necessary

What makes Brooke Elvington Appellate Law different?

Any skilled criminal appeals attorney can handle a case as described above.  However, criminal appeals cannot be viewed in a vacuum.  Each case is unique, and often the most beneficial skill of an appellate lawyer is creativity.  Ms. Elvington tears through every criminal appellate case to find unique appellate issues, and frames them in a persuasive way to the appellate court.  In addition, Ms. Elvington recognizes that Florida criminal appellate law changes daily.  Appellate decisions are issued often two-times per week from every District Court of Appeal in the State of  Florida.  Ms. Elvington analyzes all of the new cases, and all statutory amendments.  She updates her clients on the changes on her blog that can be reviewed here.  

Experience matters!

Ms. Elvington has practiced law for more than 15 years.  She began her practice in criminal defense at both the state and federal trial levels.  She began isolating her practice to criminal appeals and post-conviction cases more than 10 years ago.  To date, she has personally handled more than 300 criminal appeals and post-conviction cases throughout the State.  Ms. Elvington does not combine her experience with other lawyers, and will not use ghost writers throughout the process.  Every case is handled by Ms. Elvington personally.  When interviewing criminal appeals lawyers, ask about his/her personal experience as an attorney and as an appellate lawyer.  Ask the lawyer how many criminal appeals he/she personally researched and drafted.  Experience matters!  Call us today for a free consultation.  727-543-7188