4 things you need to know about filing a criminal appeal

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When you have been convicted by a crime, you have the right to appeal. The appeal is the only opportunities you have to prove your innocence about the crime you are convicted. It may even result opposite to the courts decision which will be on your favor and freedom. Hence, you should know about filing an appeal and four things to do.

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<p>4 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FILING A CRIMINAL APPEAL</p> <p>4 THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT FILING A CRIMINAL APPEALINTRODUCTIONWhen you have been convicted by a crime, you have the right to appeal. The appeal is the only opportunities you have to prove your innocence about the crime you are convicted.It may even result opposite to the courts decision which will be on your favor and freedom.Hence, you should know about filing an appeal and four things to do.</p> <p>1.YOU ONLY HAVE LESS TIME TO FILE YOUR APPEALThe time frame to file appeal an appeal will just be ten days once you are convicted. </p> <p>Discuss your appeal options with your criminal defense attorney and make sure to file an appeal immediately after your conviction as soon as possible.2. YOU NEED TO WRITE AN APPELLATE BRIEFThis will be basically explains about why the sentencing of a judge is made mistake in your case.The prosecution will also be required to file a appeal brief to believe your sentence should stand.You will also have opportunity to speak and respond anything you wish to contend.3.THERE ARE MANY REASONS FOR AN APPEALAt first, to file an appeal, you should have a perfect reasons for your appeal when you are filing. Those reasons may be of saying that the jury was compromised, you were represented ineffective to the counsel, the judge who sentenced did not follow the guidelines etc.Therefore, you should have an strong ability and reason to file an appeal.4.YOU WONT GET BAIL IMMEDIATELY, EVEN YOU APPEAL IS APPROVEDEven your appeal is been approved by the judge for your conviction, you will not be released immediately and get bail to come out in less time. But, the time you served in jail will be accounted during the appeal process and have it applied for the new sentence.CONTACT USFor more information about filing appeal and need help please visit http://columbiamarylandcriminallawyer.com/4-things-you-need-to-know-about-filing-a-criminal-appeal/</p>

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