Florida Criminal Appeals and Writs
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Appeals are Time Sensitive - A notice of appeal must be filed within 30 days of sentencing.
If you have been sentenced by the court because you were found guilty of a criminal offense - you only have 30 days from that date of sentencing to file a Notice of Appeal. If you fail to make that deadline, your right to appeal will, in most cases, be considered waived.
Appellate Experience is a Necessity
In 1996-97, I spent 14 months with the 9th Judicial Circuit State Attorney's Office doing nothing but County Court to Circuit Court appeals for the State. I have represented my clients and new clients on criminal defense appeals at both the circuit and the district court levels. The trial judges can make mistakes. An appeal is there to correct those mistakes. Make sure you have an attorney that understands and is experienced in that legal option.
We have done criminal appeals since 1997
I practice strictly criminal law. I have been doing so since 1995. My staff and I will vigorously defend your case and keep you informed of all new developments. We do not rest until your case has been resolved and we do not avoid trials. I practice criminal trial law and criminal appellate law. I know the law and the defenses that apply to your case. I have studied the law and constantly stay abreast of all new legal cases that may help my clients (See my Law Blog for Attorneys). This is what I do and I want your good word of mouth when your case is resolved.
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