The legal counsel you choose to represent you during your appeals proceedings will have a significant impact on your ability to exercise your rights, have a convincing argument made on your behalf, and ultimately get the court’s decision reserved.
Grounds to file an appeal include:
- Unjustly convicted of a crime
- Legal errors, misconduct on the part of the attorney representing
- Legal errors, misconduct on the part of the prosecution
- A lack of sufficient evidence
- Jury tampering
- Any other action that may have led to the unfavorable outcome of your case
You must act quickly if you wish to file an appeal as there are very exact timeframes and legal restrictions that will be rigidly enforced by the courts. Your first action must be to hire a Virginia Beach criminal defense attorney who will be able to review your claim and advise you as to whether you will be allowed to appeal the court’s decision. If you do have grounds to file an appeal, JRLaw, PLC will take immediate action to prepare a compelling strategy for your defense.
Why Hire JRLaw, PLC
The attorneys at JR Law have successfully represented many clients who were seeking an appeal on a conviction or decision handed down by a criminal court. We have a distinct advantage over other criminal defense law firms in that our attorneys have an intimate understanding of the criminal justice system and our founding attorney has a unique familiarity with local law enforcement, judges, and the legal system itself that he picked up during the more than 15 years he spent as a decorated Virginia Beach police officer.
If we have reason to believe that you have proper grounds to file an appeal, you can trust that we will do everything possible to help you obtain the favorable verdict you seek, including continuing to appeal your case all the way up to the U.S. Supreme Court if the circumstances warrant it. We are here to help you defend your rights and get justice served. To find out if you may have grounds to file an appeal, we recommend you call our law firm right away so that we can advise you of your rights and provide you with the information that will facilitate your decision on how to proceed.