Oral Argument at the Georgia Court of Appeals

On October 6, 2014, J.S. LaRose conducted oral argument in Perez v. State, an appeal of a felony conviction for burglary.  This  special session of the Georgia Court of Appeals took place at the Mercer University College of Law in Macon, Georgia.

J.S. LaRose has drafted and filed appellate briefs to the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Georgia Supreme Court, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the Board of Immigration Appeals. If you are considering an appeal, whether in a criminal or a civil case, you need to act quickly.  In Georgia most appeals must be filed within thirty days of the final judgment. In some cases, the time can be even shorter. In dispossessory (eviction) cases, an appeal usually has to be filed within seven days.

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