Attorney William Driscoll is a seasoned and tenacious litigator who, before practicing law, achieved federal government distinction in the field of electronic warfare, forensics, and cyber security. He applies to his law practice the keen, tenacious problem-solving acuity developed during his high-tech career. Attorney Driscoll represents clients statewide and, at times, nationwide who require experienced appellate counsel.
Civil Appeals. A civil case is any legal matter that is not a criminal prosecution. A civil appeal can challenge a trial court decision at different points in time. An interlocutory appeal challenges a judge's decision made before a final judgment is reached. A direct appeal challenges a final judgment of the trial court.
Criminal Appeals. A criminal appeal can challenge a trial court decision at different points in time. An interlocutory appeal challenges a judge's decision made before a a verdict is rendered in the trial court. A direct appeal is a post-conviction challenge. A collateral appeal is the "next step" after direct appeals have run their course.
Consulting Services. Attorney Driscoll offers appellate-level strategy, legal research and writing, and trial issue preservation services from the earliest stages of dispute litigation through appeals.