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Judges are people and people have flaws, there is no such thing as a perfect human being. When it comes to making rulings, even judges can make errors or issue bad decisions. Prosecutors aren’t without their flaws either, and they can engage in unethical and questionable behavior. Potentially your own defense lawyer can misrepresent you and inadequately serve your interests. Juries, even when trying to get it right, may turn in an unfair and even incorrect verdict.

When you have had to endure any of these unfair circumstances and this caused you to be convicted of a crime, don’t give up hope. You are not out of options and you can take steps to undo the wrongs that took place in your case. Appealing your conviction, if successful, can help you preserve your freedoms and protect your legal justice. If even one of these circumstances above happened to you, you are entitled to appeal the conviction. 

The Manshoory Law Group is a California criminal defense law firm that is dedicated to helping aggrieved individuals overcome their charges and get a second chance at life and a better future. The court where your case is seen for an appeal will depend on the type of crime you committed. Potentially, you can have your case seen at as high of a court as the United States Supreme Court. To ensure that you are properly represented and that your argument is artfully explained and litigated, count on the Los Angeles criminal appellate attorneys at the Manshoory Law Group.

Where Will You Appeal Your California Criminal Conviction?

If you are appealing a California misdemeanor conviction you would be seen at the Appellate Division of the Superior Court. When you are appealing a California felony conviction then you would be seen at the California Court of Appeal. If you were charged and convicted of a federal crime and wanted to make a federal appeal for that verdict you would go to the United States Court of Appeal for the Ninth Circuit. Should it be necessary, your appeal could go to the Supreme Court to be adjudicated. 

It is valuable to mention that your appeal doesn’t mean that you are going to have a whole new trial. You are not. This is not what the appeals process is for or how it operates. The higher court where your appeal is seen will simply review your conviction decision.  You will not have the opportunity to present new evidence, your case will not be retried, and no witnesses will be heard.

Speak with a California Criminal Defense Attorney Today

Typically, overturning a conviction verdict in California is an uphill battle and is a challenging proposition. However, you may have a valid case that is worth the appeal process and the best thing you can do is to ensure that you have the most experienced and highest-quality legal representation with the leading criminal defense professionals available. The Los Angeles appeals lawyers at the Manshoory Law Group will convincingly and forcefully fight on your behalf to detail the mistakes that occurred in your case which unjustifiably lead to your conviction. To speak about your unique situation during a free case evaluation, please call the Manshoory Law Group at 877-977-7750.

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