San Diego Criminal Appeals Attorney
Get Help Appealing Your Conviction
Sometimes a criminal case does not go well and conviction results. One
faces the prospect of probation or perhaps even jail. Additionally one
is looking a criminal record for years affecting one's standing in
the community and ability to obtain professional licenses and to get quality
employment. The good news is that it is possible to successfully appeal
to a higher court.
You do not want to miss the deadline for filing an appeal, so the time
to act is now. You are urged to contact a
San Diego criminal attorney experienced in handling appellate cases.
The Appeals Process
A criminal trial can be grossly unfair with illegal evidence prejudicing
the jury against the defendant. A defendant can have an attorney who fails
to defend his rights. This deprives the defendant of his right to a fair
trial. Fortunately the defendant can appeal with the help of a knowledgeable lawyer.
An appeals lawyer interviews the client as to what went on the trial court,
documents irregularities, and reviews a transcript of the trial looking
for reversible error in the proceedings. He writes a brief to show to
the appeals court how the defendant's rights were violated. He then
appears before the appellate court along with the government attorney
and argues that justice be done. If persuaded, the appeals court reverses
the conviction and sends the matter back to the trial court to dismiss
the case or have a new trial.
Choose the Advocacy of The Law Offices of Kerry L. Armstrong
At The Law Offices of Kerry L. Armstrong, APLC, we offers aggressive appeals
representation to clients convicted of criminal charges in the San Diego,
California. Our lead attorney, Mr. Armstrong, has represented many high-profile
defendants with his litigation reported on CNN, the NBC Nightly News and in the
San Diego Union-Tribune.
Our firm has successfully appealed many cases with an accomplished record
of reversals. If you need to appeal your criminal conviction,
contact us now. Do not wait till the deadline for appeal has passed!