Violent crimes are some of the most difficult to deal with when you are thinking about the consequences of a conviction. These charges demand that you take them seriously and work hard on a defense. We are here to help you find a direction for your defense and work toward your goal for the case.
A 19-year-old Berkeley, Missouri, man has been found not guilty of second-degree murder, two counts of armed criminal action and attempted robbery after 90 minutes of deliberation by a jury in St. Louis. The charges stemmed from the fatal shooting of a 17-year-old in January 2016.
Violent crimes are a serious problem for the St. Louis area. One of the factors that is present in many violent crimes is a gang association. While many people think that men are the only ones in gangs, the prevalence of females in gangs is on the rise.
Drunk driving comes with tough penalties in Missouri, but there are some options available to regain control of your life and drive again sooner than you think. A license suspension can be devastating. Not having a driver's license can affect your ability to work, go to school, run errands or attend religious services. Thankfully, it is possible for you to get some of your driving privileges back before your original license is fully reinstated.
As we recently discussed, you can't appeal a criminal conviction for any random reason. There are only certain things that are considered valid reasons for an appeal. We know that you might be curious about whether your case qualifies for an appeal or not. We can help you to determine this and help you learn about what you need to do.
Your case was decided and a ruling was made, but you think some errors were also made. On those grounds, you're thinking of asking for an appeal. Can you get one, no matter what the error was?