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Over One Thousand Appellate Matters In Over 25 years of Practice!

Since 1989 John L. Dodd & Associates has been handling appeals throughout the State of California, on behalf of both appellants and respondents, as well as writ petitions. Mr. Dodd has been certified by the State Bar of California as a Certified Appellate Specialist since 1996, and has handled over one thousand appellate matters in his over 25 years of practice.

Mr. Dodd has argued hundreds of appellate cases before the California Court of Appeal, as well as many appeals before the California Supreme Court. We also have expertise in preparing Petitions for Review for the California Supreme Court on behalf of individuals and businesses.

Our primary offices are in Orange County, so we concentrate on appeals originating from Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego Counties. However, we have filed appellate briefs in every District of the California Court of Appeal and the California Supreme Court. Our attorneys also have filed appellate briefs in the Ninth Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.

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This February, the Court of Appeal filed a published opinion, granting our writ petition on a jurisdictional issue in a family law matter. Writ petitions present a procedural minefield so an appellate specialist can provide key assistance.

January's victory came in a dependency case in which the Court of Appeal reversed an order "removing" a child from a non-custodial parent. "Removal" has special significance in dependency proceedings and generally is a prerequisite to later termination of parental rights, so it is key to attack these types of orders by a timely appeal.

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"I recently turned to John when I believed the trial court had made an erroneous ruling on a complicated procedural and jurisdictional question. Although I enjoy research and writing when I have the time, my family law practice often does not permit me that luxury. Also, this problem called for a writ petition, which would involve its own complex procedural rules, so I enlisted John’s support, and the result was a home run: a published reversal!"
Kayleene H. Writer, Family Law Attorney




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Since 1989 John L. Dodd and Associates has been handling appeals throughout the State of California, on behalf of both appellants and respondents, as well as writ petitions.  Mr. Dodd is a Certified Appellate Specialist and is experienced in civil, family, trust and estate, juvenile, parental rights, criminal and adoption appeals with over 1,000 appellate matters to date. © copyright 2016

Contact Details:
Law Offices of John L. Dodd and Associates
17621 Irvine Blvd., Suite 200, Tustin, CA 92780
714-731-5572
855-All-CalAppeals
855-255-2252
jdodd@appellate-law.com

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The purpose of this website is to introduce our appellate law firm and answer the most common questions concerning the appeals process in general as well as specifics about our legal practice. This information is neither complete nor specific, nor does it provide legal advice concerning any particular case. Providing this information does not create a lawyer-client relationship and you should not act without seeking legal advice concerning your particular case.