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An individual who is convicted of a criminal offense, may seek an appeal if their is cause which warrants an appeals hearing, giving the convicted party the ability to have a conviction overturned.
Those who choose to contest a conviction must officially file an appeal with the appropriate Court Of Appeals. You must file the appeal in the district which has jurisdiction in the county in which your conviction occurred.
Contrary to popular belief, an appeal is not a new trial, but rather a forum in which you and your attorney (lawyer) must persuade the Court of Appeals that the existence of legal errors occurred during the course of your trial, and that because of those errors, Know Your Rights the conviction must be reversed.
The longer you wait to obtain the legal services of an experienced court appeals attorney or lawyer, your ability to achieve a successful or desired result in your legal situation may be dramatically reduced. Contact The Law Office of Jeremy Levy LLC today by calling (419) 243-8989.
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As a law firm providing experienced Criminal Appeals Attorney (lawyer) legal services, assisting Toledo and Northwest Ohio area residents with criminal appeal legal issues, I am committed to protecting the legal rights of each and every client, while always striving to provide the highest standard of legal representation.
If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor or felony crime, make sure your legal rights are protected by seeking the legal advice of an experienced Toledo appeal attorney (lawyer). Contact The Law Office of Jeremy Levy LLC today by calling (419) 243-8989.
The first act in the appellate process is to file the “Notice Of Appeal”. This document officially informs the Trial Court and opposing counsel of your intent to appeal your conviction. The next step is to request that the Trial Court “transmit the record” of the trial level proceedings, and that you be provided a copy of the transcript. Your criminal appeals attorney (lawyer) may do all of this on your behalf. Your appellate attorney will initially argue on your behalf in what is known in what is known as an appellate brief.
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In the appeals process, you do not argue the facts of the case, (whether you were guilty or not guilty), and may not provide additional evidence. In the appeals process, you are only permitted to present an argument based on the actual contents of the trial transcript and other records from the trial court.
The Law Office of Jeremy Levy LLC aggressively defends the legal rights of those convicted of Misdemeanor and Felony Crimes, while addressing all related issues that should be taken into consideration when defending your legal rights in the criminal appeals process.