If you have lost a trial in a Criminal or Family Law case and believe you should have won, call Frankenberry Law for a free consultation immediately. Generally, criminal appeals and civil appeals must be filed within weeks of a final decision by a court, and before a brief can be written and filed, each case must be reviewed in detail, so timeliness is of utmost importance if you wish to pursue the matter.
Cases may be appealed on a variety of procedural, substantive, or constitutional bases beginning with denial of a timely requested jury trial and ending with the verdict. For example, if evidence was allowed into the trial that should not have been, or was not allowed when it should have been, you may have grounds for an appeal. Generally plea bargains are difficult to overturn, but not impossible if you received ineffective assistance of counsel or your constitutional rights were violated during the procedure.
If you believe the outcome of your case should have been different, and you wish to file a criminal appeal or a civil appeal, call Frankenberry Law. If you don’t call, you may never know if your case was wrongly decided and could be overturned until it is too late.