Jeremy-Gordon

Jeremy Gordon — Federal Crime Attorney

FORMER PROSECUTOR NOW FIGHTING ON YOUR SIDE

Have you been charged with a crime? Do you have a loved one in federal prison? Jeremy Gordon is an experienced federal criminal defense lawyer who can help you fight for your freedom. Federal charges put you in a position to defend yourself against the federal government. You need a smart, savvy attorney with enough experience to successfully strategize your defense or appeal.

Federal Appeals Lawyer Jeremy Gordon
Jeremy Gordon, Esq. After Oral Argument
Our law firm handles Federal Criminal Defense cases from indictment to post-conviction proceedings. The Federal Defense attorneys in our office are some of the most passionate and accomplished litigators in the federal courts. This is important when appealing any type of federal defense case.

Experience matters, and our firm is 100% committed to our clients, who come from all over the United States. They trust us to help with their federal appeals because we are very good at what we do. We are admitted in every federal court of appeals in the United States. It matters that our federal appeal team has the experience that can make the difference in your case. This experience enables us to provide competent, thorough and compassionate legal representation.

Trial courts make mistakes, and when that happens, an appeal can be the best route for you or your loved one. Experienced federal appeals lawyers understand the kind of legal errors that trial courts make. Perhaps the jury instructions were erroneous. Or maybe the trial court allowed evidence in that should have been excluded. Whatever the error, an experienced federal appeals lawyer from our firm will give your federal appeal careful attention and make the best arguments for relief on appeal. Call and speak with a federal appeals lawyer from our firm today. 844-ATTY-NOW or 972-483-4865. You can also email us at [email protected]

If you are interested in a federal criminal appeal or post-conviction motion for yourself or a loved one, please contact our office today and take advantage of our free initial consultation. We will review your case, and if we believe we can help, we will determine the best strategy for relief.

Call us today if you are looking for an experienced, dedicated, smart federal appeals and post-conviction lawyer. You can reach us toll-free at 844-ATTY-NOW, or request an appointment to speak with a federal appeals lawyer by clicking here.

SUPREME COURT APPEALS LAWYER

The federal appeals lawyers at the Law Office of Jeremy Gordon also file criminal appeals with the U.S. Supreme Court. A petition for writ of certiorari, the filing required to initiate an appeal with the Supreme Court, must ordinarily be filed within 90 days after the lower appeal court’s decision. Get competent, reasonably priced representation before the U.S. Supreme Court by contacting our office today.

NATIONWIDE FEDERAL DEFENSE AND APPEALS REPRESENTATION
Jeremy Gordon graduated from South Texas College of Law in 2006. From 2007 to 2010, Jeremy worked as a prosecutor in Houston, Texas, serving as the chief prosecutor in one court. In 2010, Jeremy became a prosecutor in Ellis County, Texas, and remained there for two years until going into private practice as a federal criminal defense attorney in 2012. Jeremy has tried more than 30 cases in his legal career. He has also worked on federal criminal appeals and handled numerous federal criminal post-conviction challenges.

FEDERAL COURTS ADMITTED TO:

Court of Appeals

  • First Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Boston, Massachusetts. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island
  • Second Circuit Court of Appeals is located in New York. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Connecticut, New York and Vermont
  • Third Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania
  • Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Richmond, Virginia. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia
  • Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals is located in New Orleans, Louisiana. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas
  • Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee
  • Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Chicago, Illinois. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin
  • Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals is located in St. Louis, Missouri. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Arkansas, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota
  • Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals is located in San Fransisco, California. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington
  • Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Denver, Colorado. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Utah and Wyoming
  • Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals is located in Atlanta, Georgia. This court hears federal criminal appeals in all federal criminal cases from the following district courts:
    • Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama, Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Florida and Northern, middle and Southern Districts of Georgia
  • D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of the United States

U.S. District Courts

  • District of Columbia
  • Eastern District of Arkansas
  • Western District of Arkansas
  • District of Colorado
  • Northern District of Florida
  • Southern District of Illinois
  • Southern District of Indiana
  • District of Maryland
  • District of Nebraska
  • District of North Dakota
  • Eastern District of Oklahoma
  • Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Eastern District of Texas
  • Northern District of Texas
  • Southern District of Texas
  • Western District of Texas