Have you already been convicted of a crime and sentenced?
If so, a clock is running.
After being convicted, you only have a short time to exercise your rights of appeal, and if you fail to do so, they might be lost forever. Depending on which court your conviction arises out of, you might only have 10 days to file for an appeal. In other circumstances, including for most serious felony offenses, you will have 30 days to file your notice of appeal. The best way to know how much time you have left on your case is to consult with an experienced criminal appeals attorney.
If you think you might want to appeal your conviction, it is imperative that you contact a criminal appeals attorney immediately, so that you do not miss any deadlines. At Liberators Criminal Defense, our criminal appeals attorneys can fight to overturn your conviction. We are prepared to get your Notice of Appeal filed, file your Appellate Briefs, and appear for Oral Argument on your behalf if one is requested by the appellate court. Click below to get more information about which the various types of appeals you might need to file.
- Appeal to Supreme Court of Nevada
- Direct Appeal (Felony)
- Ninth Circuit Appeal
- Petition for Factual Innocence
- Post-Conviction Writ of Habeas Corpus
- Pretrial Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
The Las Vegas criminal appeals attorneys at Liberators Criminal Defense are here for you and ready to get to work on your appeal. Contact us today, and we promise to get back to you that same day, so that you know your case is being taken care of.