Representation for Post-Conviction Matters Throughout Georgia
You have the right to appeal a criminal conviction and sentencing. In order to prevail, you need an experienced appellate attorney to educate you about your rights and handle your appeal. At Miller North & Brill, our appeals lawyers in McDonough represent clients in state and federal appeals throughout the state of Georgia. We provide legal representation for criminal appeals and post-conviction relief.
Have your case evaluated during a free consultation. Call (770) 515-0951 for an appointment.
It is the intermediate appellate court in Georgia. They have statewide appellate jurisdiction of all cases except those involving constitutional questions, murder, and habeas corpus cases where original appellate jurisdiction lies with the Supreme Court. The Court of Appeals may certify legal questions to the Supreme Court.
Our appellate lawyers have extensive experience representing clients in criminal trial practice at the state and federal levels. There are two types of grounds for filing an appeal, including the judge making a serious error during the trial or a trial attorney providing ineffective assistance of counsel. Our attorneys will carefully evaluate your original case to determine if errors were made that could result in having your conviction reversed.
Our McDonough criminal appellate attorneys appeal cases in order to:
When an appeal is accepted, there are a few things that can happen in McDonough:
The deadlines for filing appeals in state and federal criminal cases are quite short, so don’t hesitate to contact our appeals lawyers in McDonough. If your appeal is not filed in time, the case will be dismissed. We will make sure that all legal requirements are met and that your appeal is filed before the deadline.
Please contact our law firm today at (770) 515-0951 to schedule an appointment for a free consultation.
We know that the criminal justice system has its flaws. Too often are people treated unfairly due to discrimination and law enforcement’s overzealous need to make arrests to meet quotas. People may treat you like you’re already guilty after an arrest, and it can feel like no one is on your side.
Our firm was founded to help people. We advocate for our clients no matter how serious the charges. Additionally, if you were unjustly convicted of a crime, we can represent you in the appeals process. Justice only works when people are treated fairly and given the right opportunities to make up for any wrongdoing, which is why we are advocates for rehabilitation.
Schedule your free consultation at Miller North & Brill today by calling (770) 515-0951 or contacting us online.
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