When the outcome of your trial does not turn out as it is supposed to, it might be that there were errors in your case regarding the questions of law. The function of the appellate court is to review errors in the law, not questions of fact. However, in reality, the line between law and fact is a blurry one.
It is difficult to draw a precise line between a question of law and a question of fact. The court may interfere with the fact finding process of the trial court, or refuse to review the question of law by treating errors as issues of fact.
It is imperative that you consult with the Do & Associates to discuss the possibility of appealing your case. Don't let your case slip through the cracks of our legal system. Allow Do & Associates to bring these errors of law to light like a ray of sunshine piercing through dark rainy clouds.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided herein does not constitute legal representation or legal advice.