Our criminal appeals attorneys are committed to protecting clients in Clinton Township and statewide throughout every stage of the defense process, even post-conviction. If you have lost your assault crime case, our attorneys are ready now to take over your case and help you continue your battle for justice. Contact our firm now for a free initial post-conviction consultation and let us walk you through the steps you need to take to protect yourself or your loved one from an unjust result. We know what it takes to improve your situation, even after an initially unjust decision, and we are available 24/7 to provide you with a no-obligation initial case analysis.
Let trial attorney Scott Grabel and the rest of our highly qualified team guide you through your post-conviction case to an exceptional outcome. We are available now to help you or your loved one after an assault crime conviction.
Our lawyers have experience working with clients in all kinds of post-conviction cases, including:
Our team is available to fight with you as you battle for an improved result in Clinton appellate court, or throughout any of Michigan’s 83 counties. We are prepared to work to protect your rights and your freedom no matter what the specifics of your situation. Get in touch now and let our team get started.
The first step in filing an assault appeal is determining what grounds you may have to challenge the decision. Bias or misconduct from the jury or judge, prosecutor misconduct, new evidence, conflicts of interest, and other issues can give you grounds to appeal the case decision.
You can appeal either the guilty verdict itself, or just the sentence that was assigned in your case. You should consult with an attorney as soon as possible, as for both verdict and sentence appeals there is a very limited time frame during which you can fight to change your case result. Our attorneys will help you discover grounds for appeal, determine what type of appeal to file, and walk you through the steps you need to take to get that appeal to the courts.
In many criminal cases, you have the right to appeal your verdict and sentence. In these cases, all you need to do is work with an attorney to file an appeal, and prepare a convincing appellate brief. Contact our firm now to learn more about appealing by right in an assault case.
In other cases, including some assault and violent crimes cases, you must request permission from the court before you appeal your case. Our defense attorneys know what it takes to successfully appeal by leave in Clinton, and we are available now to begin working with you as you prepare your appellate case. Contact Grabel & Associates for a free initial case consultation and learn more about your appellate options.
There are other post-conviction options that may be available to you, even before appeal, or in place of an appeal. You may request a new trial based on new evidence that couldn’t have previously been known and which you believe may change to outcome of the case, or apply for a Ginther hearing based on ineffective counsel. Motions for directed verdict, changing a plea, and other similar legal actions may also provide an opportunity to improve your case result. Contact our firm now to learn more about the post-conviction options available to you.
Our attorneys know what it takes to win appeals in Clinton, throughout appellate districts statewide, and in the Michigan Supreme Court. Our proven results show why we are trusted by clients in some of the most complex cases. The Grabel & Associates’ team treats every unique case as if it were our own futures on the line, and we are committed to doing whatever it takes to protect you or your loved one as you continue to battle back against wrongful conviction. Work with a trusted attorney with a proven ability to get exceptional case results, Grabel & Associates is available 24/7 to begin fighting for you.
To speak with a member of our appellate team, call 1-800-342-7896 now, or contact our firm online. We are ready right now to provide a no obligation, confidential consultation to anyone in Clinton or statewide who is facing an assault conviction.