Daytona Beach Appeals Lawyer
Trustworthy Guidance with Your Criminal Appeal
If you have been convicted of a crime in Florida, you still have rights.
It may be possible to challenge your conviction or get your sentence reduced
if you feel your trial was unfair and resulted in a wrongful conviction.
The rules for appeals and procedures for an appeal can be complex, so
discuss the situation with an experienced Daytona Beach appellate lawyer
at the Stepniak & Park. Our team works personally with each client
to ensure the best possible result.
Our criminal appeals attorneys, Robert F. Stepniak and Jane S. Park, will
carefully analyze every detail of your case to determine if mistakes were
made. If law enforcement officers or prosecutors violated your rights
in any way, your conviction may be overturned by an appellate court. From
our offices in Daytona Beach, Deland and Palm Coast, we offer comprehensive
criminal defense to clients throughout the region.
We can explain more about the appeals process during a
FREE initial evaluation. Call (386) 868-4771.
Defending Your Right to Appeal
When mistakes are made at trial, our legal system allows for an appeals
process. Mistakes can include violations of your rights, evidence of judicial
misconduct, and etc. Our attorneys may be able to identify such violations
and put an end to the punishment that has been unjustly imposed on you.
Appeals will often look at the following:
- Did the judge make a mistake?
- Did your lawyer fail to provide adequate representation?
- Did the police or prosecutors violate your rights?
- Did members of the jury behave inappropriately during your trial?
Talk to an appellate attorney if you have been convicted. When you share
the details of your case with us, we may be able to quickly determine
if an appeal is appropriate. Our lawyers have extensive experience identifying
flaws in criminal prosecutions. If your case has merit, we will be your
dedicated advocates and we will do all we can to get your conviction overturned.
Whether you or a loved one has been wrongly convicted, Stepniak &
Park is ready to work on your behalf.
Time Is Running Out - Call Now
Take timely action. A direct appeal must be filed within 30 days of sentencing
after a Florida conviction. A challenge of collateral matters must be
filed within two years. The sooner you talk to one of our attorneys, the
sooner we can begin to work on your case.
If you need a lawyer with the high level of appeals experience,
call Stepniak & Park
to discuss your options.