Filing a criminal appeal requires that you have some knowledge about the process. When you are getting ready to file, you need to determine what points in your initial case you need to address. You have to realize that you aren't actually getting a new trial. Instead, the goal of an appeal is to have the court look at your case to determine if the decision in the case is valid based on the facts that were originally presented.
The criminal appeals process is one that is very complex and involved. Trying to go into it without a good grasp of the ins and outs can put your freedom at risk. There are several things that you need to know when you are ready to launch a criminal appeal. We can help you learn what these are in your case.
Some people who face criminal charges in federal court will end up needing to file an appeal of a conviction or sentence. The process for doing this is a very strict one that you need to be familiar with if you are planning to launch an appeal. There are several points that you need to know before you embark on the process.
A plea bargain is a good way for some defendants to get a criminal case taken care of. As part of the plea bargain, you are given some measure of control over the outcome of the case. You agree that you will plead guilty or no contest to criminal charges in exchange for a specific sentence or less serious charge.
Criminal cases are some that don't come with any guarantees. There are some instances in which you might take your case to trial and it doesn't turn out anything like you expected it to. While this is certainly upsetting, there are some instances in which it might be necessary to file a criminal appeal. We can review the circumstances of your case to help you determine what options you have.
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?
Appealing a criminal conviction is something that many people convicted of crimes consider doing. For the men and women who feel this need, determining if their case meets the legal requirements for an appeal can be challenging. We are here to help you determine how you might proceed with your case.
When you are convicted of a criminal charge, there is a chance that you might decide to appeal the conviction. While this isn't very common since very specific requirements exist for these cases, it is something that should be in your mind as you work on your defense.
We recently discussed the fact that criminal appeals must have a valid basis. This is to say that you can't just say that you don't like a penalty and appeal based on that fact alone. Instead, you need to have a reason that falls within the scope of the law to file an appeal. We know that this might be something hard for you to determine, but we are here to help you.