Withdrawing a Guilty Plea in Federal Court

If you have entered a guilty plea in a federal criminal case but really want to fight to prove your innocence, it may not be too late to change your plea. If you are considering withdrawing your guilty plea, you should contact a lawyer to find out if it is possible to withdraw your plea, and if withdrawing your plea could help your case. If either you or a loved one has entered a guilty plea and now question that decision, contact Grabel & Associates right away. Our federal attorney is available 24/7 to begin guiding you through your case, and can be reached toll free right now at 1-800-342-7896, or online through the contact form on this website.

We know that the criminal process can be intimidating, and understand that there are many reasons why a person may enter a plea that they later want to withdraw. If you were working with a public defender, they may not have sufficient time to devote to winning your case, and you could feel like a guilty plea gives you a better chance at a favorable outcome. Alternatively, you may not understand what the difference in plea types is. You might simply change your mind, or find new information relevant to your case.

No matter what the reason behind your desire to change your federal criminal plea, our lawyers are ready now to walk you through it. Call 1-800-342-7896 or contact our firm online now for a free initial case consultation, and let us begin fighting for your rights and freedom. We are always ready to begin fighting for you, and will not rest until everything possible has been done to protect you or your loved one.

Can I Withdraw My Federal Criminal Plea? Michigan Federal Defense Lawyer

The language of the rule in regards to withdrawing a plea simply states that you can withdraw your plea if it is in the interest of justice. Under the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, there are numerous situations that can fit the interest of justice requirement. If your lawyer didn’t properly advise you during the decision process, or was otherwise ineffective, you could withdraw your plea and have a second chance to fight for justice. If there were other issues or misunderstandings with the judge or in entering the plea, you may similarly be allowed to withdraw your plea.

If you have been asked to enter a plea and still have time to get in touch with a talented defense lawyer, contact our toll free hotline now. If you have already entered a plea but are unsure if that was the right decision, it isn’t too late to contact a lawyer – what do you have to lose by simply asking? Our lawyers are always ready to start fighting for you.

Should I Withdraw My Guilty Plea in Federal Court?

If you are reading this and you have already entered a guilty plea, you may be wondering why, and if, you should withdraw your plea. Withdrawing a plea isn’t always the best idea, even when it is possible to do so, and it is crucial that you consult an experienced defense attorney who can guide you through the decision-making process. If you and your lawyer think you can win at trial, you should withdraw your plea. If you are unsure about your case, it may be wise to seek a reduced sentence and stick with a guilty plea. It is always a difficult and case-specific decision, so get in touch with a lawyer as soon as possible so you have time to consider every possibility.

Federal Court Pleas and Plea Deals

Our lawyers will be with you every step of the way to ensure you are fully informed and that you understand every option available to you. Our lawyers are committed to aggressively defending your best interests, and we will not rest until everything possible has been done to fight for your freedom. Contact our team right now for a free initial case consultation and let us walk you through the decision-making process and help you assess the various options available to you in your Michigan federal criminal case.

Contact Grabel & Associates for 24/7 Michigan Federal Criminal Defense

Call our firm now at 1-800-342-7896 or contact us online for a free initial case analysis and let us begin advising you or your loved one concerning federal pleas. We are always available both by phone and online for clients statewide.