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Understanding the Appellate Process

In some criminal matters, a conviction doesn’t necessarily mean your case is over. In the event you received an unfavorable outcome at trial, you may have the right to file an appeal — there are a number of grounds upon which a conviction may be… Read More
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Categories: Appeals
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What is Post Conviction Relief?

Being found guilty of a criminal offense can have a significant impact on your life and livelihood. However, a conviction in a criminal case doesn’t always mean the end of the road — in some situations, post-conviction relief may be available. Th… Read More
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Categories: Appeals
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Why Hire an Appeals Attorney?

If you were convicted of a crime after a jury trial, or have lost a civil case before a judge or jury, your case might not be over — you may still have the option of filing an appeal. While an appeal isn’t a new trial, it is an opportunity to rai… Read More
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Categories: Appeals