Franklin, TN Appeals Lawyer
Do you have grounds for an appeal?
An appeal in a criminal conviction is possible when there is a likelihood that a court decision is flawed. The appeals process is not something every attorney can do. It is meticulous and demands precision, and is best not undertaken by an inexperienced law firm. If you have reason to believe that there has been an error in your case or you were wrongly convicted, please consult Nash Law, PLLC. As time limits apply in appeals cases, it is essential that our firm is contacted at your earliest opportunity so that we have the time to build a compelling argument on your behalf.
At our firm, you will find the personalized attention and integrity that you are looking for in a law practice and can be assured that you will receive honest communications about the options and possible outcomes of your case. We pride ourselves on the trust that our clients place in us and take that trust seriously. We do all that is possible to safeguard our clients' rights and seek the outcome that they desire. For the aggressive and effective representation that you need, our firm is the right choice for you!
Appeals Process in Tennessee
The appeals process in a criminal defense case is complex and drawn out, beginning with a systematic examination of the trial transcript to expose any issues that may have incorrectly influenced the finding in the case. Appeals are more common in cases where severe penalties have been imposed, such as in some sex crimes, violent crimes and others. Successful appeals cases require your attorney's complete understanding of the law and an acute attention to detail. The attorney also needs to be persistent and committed to advocating for the client fully, as these cases sometimes last for months and even years. Our consistent track record of uncompromising ethics instills confidence and trust in our clients and we welcome your contact to schedule your consultation.
For an aggressive protection of your rights, please contact a Franklin, TN appeals lawyer at our firm today.
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