Is It Worth Appealing Your Criminal Conviction? Find Out the Criteria You Should Use to Make This Tough Decision

Is It Worth Appealing Your Criminal Conviction? Find Out the Criteria You Should Use to Make This Tough Decision

Even when your attorney gives it their all, the judge or jury in a criminal case may still find you guilty. Accepting a conviction may be extremely difficult, especially if the punishment is harsh and involves jail time and hefty penalties. The good news is that you often have the option to appeal your case, so you don’t have to accept it.

Keep reading to learn the basic factors to consider when deciding if you should appeal your criminal conviction. Remember that you can contact Chambers Law Firm at 714-760-4088 to request a free legal consultation.

How to assess your suitability for appealing

Are you unsure whether or not to appeal your case? No problem—just drop by to talk to Dan Chambers, a seasoned criminal defense attorney. You can rely on him to tell it how it is. He will evaluate the available evidence, court records from your prior court appearance(s), and all other relevant considerations before providing you with his expert opinion.

He will carefully consider every relevant information to your case and then carefully summarize it in order to provide you with an accurate response. There is frequently enough room for error to support a verdict appeal. Your former counsel could have overlooked crucial material that might have avoided a conviction if you hadn’t relied on Chambers Law Firm during the earlier court filings.

Or perhaps there were mistakes in the law and the court nonetheless took into account unlawfully obtained evidence even though it should have been excluded from the record when rendering the judgment. Additionally, there are several intricate legal circumstances in which you might be able to appeal your case. Numerous circumstances might support appealing a conviction.

What happens if you decide to file an appeal

Attorney Chambers will submit a Notice of Appeal on your behalf with the California Court of Appeal if you and he decide to continue battling your case through an appeal petition. You have a specific amount of time to file an appeal once a California court issues a ruling or a conviction. You may have 15, 30, 60, or occasionally another predetermined period of time, depending on the specifics of your case.

Attorney Chambers is knowledgeable with every aspect of the California appeals procedure, and he will go through all the pertinent material with you about your particular appeal case. When you choose Dan Chambers to tenaciously defend you in your appeal case, you won’t have to worry about a thing. Call us now at 714-760-4088 to begin.

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