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Timothy Alan Provis

Timothy Alan Provis

Sole Practitioner
  • Appeals & Appellate, Civil Rights, Criminal Law
  • California, Wisconsin
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Summary

For 30 years, I have been providing the highest quality representation on appeal in State and Federal Courts, in both civil and criminal cases.

Practice Areas
  • Appeals & Appellate
  • Civil Rights
  • Criminal Law
Additional Practice Area
  • Constitutional Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
  • Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
    Generally Fees in Advance but sometimes will accept a payment over time agreement.
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
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Wisconsin
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7th Circuit
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9th Circuit
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U.S. Supreme Court
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Professional Experience
Sole Practitioner
- Current
Education
Santa Clara University School of Law
J.D. (1981) | Law
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University of Wisconsin - Madison
B.A. | Political Science
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Professional Associations
Wisconsin State Bar  # 1020123
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- Current
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State Bar of California
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- Current
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Publications
Articles & Publications
Wisconsin Defender
Wisconsin State Public Defender
Websites & Blogs
Website
Legal Answers
76 Questions Answered

Q. Appellant's opening brief, and their Respondent's brief in cross-appeal, are duplicative. Can the latter be dismissed?
A: Dear ?, "essentially attempting to create a new appeal against me." No. A new appeal against you cannot be created in this manner. You have no grounds to move to strike the respondent;s brief in the cross appeal because you are not a party to the cross-appeal. If this party wants to make the same arguments against the other defendant as they did against you that is perfectly legal. Yours sincerely, Tim Provis Appellate Counsel Cal. Bar No. 104800 Wis. Bar No. 1020123
Q. Arent missing pieces of transcripts suposed to be investigated during appeals wisconsin
A: Dear ?, If the transcript is missing something which is crucial to an appeal, it is up to the appellant to file a motion in circuit court to have the transcript corrected. Yours Sincerely, Tim Provis Appellate Counsel Cal. Bar No. 104800 Wis. Bar No. 1020123 Member: U.S. Supreme Court Bar
Q. When would an individual file a Cross-Appeal
A: Dear ?, See Cal. Rule of Court 8.108(g): "(g) Cross-appeal (1) If an appellant timely appeals from a judgment or appealable order, the time for any other party to appeal from the same judgment or order is extended until 20 days after the superior court clerk serves notification of the first appeal." Yours Sincerely, Tim Provis Appellate Counsel Cal. Bar No. 104800 Wis. Bar No. 1020123 Member: U.S. Supreme Court Bar
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123 E Beutel Rd
Port Washington, WI 53074-1103
Telephone: (414) 339-4458
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