If you are tried and convicted of a crime in a trial court, that is not always a final verdict in your case. You are within your legal rights to appeal your case. This means that once you appeal your case, it will be reviewed by a higher court for legal errors and or misinterpretations of the law that were made at the trial level. An Appellate court may then reverse or modify a determination if they find plausible errors. An Appellate court is different from a trial court in that there is no jury at the appellate level. An appeal is simply an oral or written argument submitted to the judge or judges handling your case, in order for them to review any errors they may have made at the trial level.

A court may grant an appeal for many errors including but not limited to:

The appellate process can be complicated. An Appellate court will not allow new witnesses or evidence. The Appellate courts determine an appeal based on convincing arguments showing probable cause that there were errors in the trial’s procedure or the Judge’s interpretation and deliverance of the verdict with regard to your case.

If you or someone you know would like to appeal at the State or Federal level, it is always best to have an experienced attorney by your side.



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