In general, the word “conviction” means that, after trial, the jury has returned a verdict of “guilty” on at least one criminal charge. Post-Conviction Appeals Very broadly, the legal phrase “post-conviction appeal” means any effort that occurs after conviction by a jury of one or more criminal charges that seeks to overturn, nullify, or modify… Read More
Post-Conviction Options You Should Consider
Options After Post-Conviction There are a number of possible options for a criminal defendant post-conviction, and an experienced criminal defense lawyer can help make sense of them all. While being convicted of a criminal offense can create some substantial obstacles in a person’s life, there are some ways to greatly decrease the resulting impact. The… Read More
What is Post-Conviction Relief?
How Post-Conviction Relief Can Help Your Case Even after being convicted of a federal offense and running out of appeal options, there is a potential in some situations to obtain relief for the offense for which you have been charged. This term is called post-conviction relief. Many times, this relief comes in the form of… Read More