Los Angeles Criminal Appeals Attorney
Criminal Appeal Lawyer in Los Angeles
Criminal appeals are filed by those individuals who have been convicted of a crime and feel that there were errors or mistakes in their trial that contributed to the conviction. Errors are made in a number of ways during a trial and are most often unintentional. They fall under the realm of:
- Evidence used that shouldn't have been allowed to be presented
- Withholding evidence that would be advantageous to the accused
- Incorrect laws being applied to the case
- The judge may have confused the jury with his instructions concerning your case
- The sentence was inappropriate for the crime you are charged with
If you feel you have the grounds to appeal a recent conviction you need the expertise of a Los Angeles criminal defense attorney to represent you in court. The Law Firm of Cron, Israels & Stark will file a notice of appeal on your behalf within the 60 day time frame as laid out under California law. You therefore need to make an appointment to see one of our attorneys without delay. Your first consultation is free; we urge you to call our office so a strong defense can be immediately worked on for your advantage.
Fight your conviction in Los Angeles!
For an individual charged, convicted and sentenced for a crime, knowing that they may be able to appeal gives them a second chance to achieve justice. In the appeal, if mistakes and errors are indeed found, the entire case and conviction could be thrown out. If this is the case, you may get your sentence reduced or have a new trial altogether to correct the wrong or misleading evidence given in the first trial. However, having an attorney who is very knowledgeable in the handling of criminal appeals is invaluable to you as the California criminal appeal process is highly specialized and a very complicated process. Our legal staff will fight aggressively on your behalf for the most advantageous results you deserve.
Related Criminal Appeals Crime Stories in the News:
Los Angeles Times - "7 California Death Row Residents Have Exhausted All Appeals"
Seven of the 713 inmates on California's death row have exhausted their appeals and are eligible for execution once newly revised lethal-injection procedures are cleared by a federal judge.