The gavel came down against you in your criminal case, and you were convicted
of a crime. Had you been responsible for the charges brought against you,
then that might have been the end of the story. However, if you disagree
with the conviction, and you feel that the judge was wrong in their ruling
there are options available to you. It is not uncommon for innocent criminal
defendants to receive unfair sentences, causing much duress and fallout
in their personal and professional lives. If you are looking to contest
your conviction, then you will want to enlist the service of a well-qualified
criminal appeals lawyer, such as those available 24-7 in
Parks & Braxton PA.
Wrongful convictions are often the result of mistakes that might have been
made during your criminal defense process. A criminal appeals lawyer can
help you reverse the verdict in these instances by seeking a Florida state
or federal criminal appeal. All too often, we see the hopelessness of
people broken down by the complexity of the legal system. They are willing
to accept defeat in light of their innocence because they feel that the
decision has been made, and there is no going back. This is precisely
the time when they can contest their convictions, but they don’t
know it, and they move forward with the punishment. If you, or someone
you know, have been convicted, do not hesitate to get a criminal appeals
lawyer on your case and be ready to fight for justice by presenting your
case in an appeals court.
The criminal appeal process involves the review of the lower court decision
by a higher court. The higher court will determine, based on the quality
of the appeals presentation, whether or not the lower court, in fact,
made an error regarding the interpretation and application of the law.
It is the defendant’s right to appeal for further review. It is
the responsibility of the criminal appeals lawyer to present the clearest
case as to why the lower court decision was erred.
Contact Parks & Braxton today at (888) 460-7383, for a free case evaluation,
and find out how you can appeal your criminal conviction and defend your rights!