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One of the most rudimentary pieces of advice an experienced appellate lawyer can provide is that it is a mistake to raise too many issues on appeal. As an appellate lawyer myself, I regularly get involved in cases when they are leaving the arena of the trial court and heading to the appellate court level. One of my first priorities is to determine what issues are available to be raised on appeal and which of those are the strongest.

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