After you or a loved one has been convicted of assault or a violent crime in Michigan, you need to work with an experienced lawyer to find out what your post-trial options are. While it is difficult to pursue a new trial or change the outcome of your case, in some situations it may be possible, and by working with a skilled criminal defense team, you can make sure you have done everything possible to secure the best available outcome. Assault charges range from less serious misdemeanors to felony charges which can be punished by life in prison, and no matter what the specific details of your case, you need to work with a appellate defense team who can protect you from serious penalties.
At Grabel & Associates, our criminal assault appeals attorneys help clients who face wrongful conviction and excessive penalties. Our criminal appeal attorneys have experience working with clients facing a variety of charges including:
Contact our experienced team of attorneys now if you or someone you care about has been unjustly convicted of assault or sentenced to excessive criminal penalties. Our talented team will immediately begin working to defend you in any of Michigan’s 83 counties.
After a criminal conviction or sentencing, it is critical to hire an experienced attorney who can help you review the details of your case and explore potential grounds for appeal. Our lawyers will help you determine if any of your rights were violated, if the jury or judge was biased or had a conflict of interest, or if your sentence did not comply with the legal guidelines set out in Michigan law.
You will then need to determine what kind of appeal you need to file, which court to file your appeal to, and how to prepare the documents and fees needed for a criminal appeal in Michigan. Grabel & Associates has extensive experience working in Michigan assault crime appeals cases, and we can help you through every step of the post-conviction process.
Work with an attorney now to fight back against overly aggressive prosecutors, juries, or judges. Our team has the experience and knowledge needed to guide you through the appellate process, and we will do all we can to argue your case in state or federal appellate court.
Our criminal appeals lawyers will work with you after you or your loved one was found guilty due to ineffective legal counsel, jury or judicial misconduct or bias, or any other rights violation or unjust act. Our comprehensive post-conviction services will help you explore all your motions and appeals options, and we have assisted clients who face a variety of assault related charges.
Contact Grabel & Associates immediately if you or a loved one has been convicted of assault in Michigan. We can help you look at all of the following options:
Hire the premier Michigan appeals firm of Grabel & Associates and benefit from years of experience in the Michigan appellate court system. Founding attorney Scott Grabel began his legal career working in the Pre-Hearing division of the Michigan Court of Appeals, and has an inside understanding of how a successful appeal is achieved. We are always available for clients in Michigan criminal cases, and can be reached by phone or online 24/7.
Our attorneys value our clients and care about their case results, and will do everything they can to help you or your loved one achieve a better case outcome. We know how to write compelling briefs, argue a case in appellate court, and avoid common appeals mistakes in criminal cases. No matter what assault charge you face, we will investigate the details of your case and help you prepare your appellate case, dedicating as much time as necessary to every step of the process.
Call 1-800-342-7896 now to speak to an assault appeals case analyst, or email our firm using the contact us online form. You can also set up a free, confidential consultation with trial lawyer Scott Grabel to discuss the possibility of appeal in your case. Act fast as you may have a limited window of opportunity to pursue an appeal in your Michigan assault case. We are available 24/7 to begin working on your case, and can help you through every step of the appellate process.