The process of criminal appeals is mysterious and often misunderstood. At Broden & Mickelsen, we are board-certified criminal appeals attorneys with decades of combined experience as federal criminal appeals attorneys, which means that we have extensive insight when it comes to the inner workings of appellate courts and appeals cases.
In this article, we provide answers to frequently asked questions about federal criminal appeals cases and the appeals process.
When Can I File An Appeal?
Disliking the way that your trial turned out is not an adequate reason to file an appeal. In order to be able to file an appeal successfully, you will need to show evidence that the court made a mistake or that there was some form of prejudice involved on the part of the prosecutor.
If you have recently been convicted of a federal crime, it is important to discuss your case with a federal criminal appeals attorney as soon as possible to determine what your options are in regards to appealing the outcome of your case.
How Soon Do I Have to File an Appeal in Texas?
Appeals in Federal court must be filed within fourteen days after sentencing. Missing this deadline may mean being barred from filing an appeal, which makes it crucial to consult with an attorney as soon as possible after sentencing. Remember, you can change lawyers at any time during the trial and appeals process if you are not satisfied with the defense they are providing.
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