Years of Experience
A guilty verdict at the end of your trial doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. Errors frequently occur before or during trial, and sometimes these errors are serious enough to warrant reversal of your conviction. There are strict time limits for filing a notice of appeal, so it’s very important to talk to someone experienced in handling appeals immediately after you’ve been convicted. Whether the conviction is for a serious felony resulting in a lengthy prison sentence or a more minor offense involving probation, filing an appeal should be the first thing you consider after conviction.
Laura has ten years of experience handling criminal appeals of all types ranging from misdemeanors to life felonies. Each case will be carefully reviewed to investigate any possible claims to be raised on appeal, and then we will choose the most meritorious ones to carefully research and present to the court.