General Appeals

Following a trial or other initial proceeding such as a public hearing before a public commission or before a City Council or Board of Aldermen or County Board of Supervisors, individuals often find themselves aggrieved, intimidated by the appeals process, and without representation.  This can be because the individual either chose to represent himself initially, which is common in zoning matters, or because the attorney hired to represent the individual has completed his or her work and has no further obligation to represent the individual.  The attorneys at Pyle, Mills, Dye & Pittman frequently will pick up a case at this stage, where another left off.  There are a number of ways an appeal can be taken in Mississippi from a number of legal proceedings, and the process can be quite dizzying.  Let us use our vast appellate experience to help you with your case at this stage of the game.