Judicial building building where criminal appeals are held.

Reasons to Appeal a Criminal Case

Receiving a criminal conviction is not always the end of the road. While it might seem like it is, a criminal conviction often begins the process of deciding how to create a successful appeal, which involves questioning a court’s legal basis for making a decision. There are a number of ways in which an appeal can… Read More

How to Fight a Felony Charge

Battling a Felony Charge A felony is a very serious criminal charge, and the resulting penalties can be severe. If you are convicted of a felony, you face very serious consequences including large fines, imprisonment, and social stigma that can last the rest of your life. To reduce your chances of facing these challenges, you… Read More

Lawyer sitting with client at a desk going over conspiracy charges.

Common Conspiracy Charges and How to Fight Them

Understanding Conspiracy Charges Conspiracy charges are particularly difficult to defend in court. In many situations, federal conspiracy charges are added to a person’s record to increase the severity of the potential penalties a person faces. Often, federal conspiracy charges greatly increase the fines or prison terms of convicted individuals. It can be helpful to understand… Read More