NJ Appeal Remedies in California State Criminal Cases: How Spodek Law Group Can Help You
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If you or someone you know is facing criminal charges in California, it’s important to understand that appealing a ruling is an option if things don’t go in your favor. The trial will involve many crucial decisions that could impact your rights, such as rulings on suppression motions, jurisdiction issues, and demurrers. If you believe any of these rulings were unjust or unconstitutional, you have the right to appeal them.
At Spodek Law Group, our experienced California criminal defense attorneys can help guide you through the appeal process and determine the approach for your situation. We have a proven track record of successfully representing clients in various appeal scenarios.
One possible avenue for appeal is to file directly to the California Court of Appeals. This approach typically challenges legal issues related to the trial court’s rulings that may have unfairly impacted the defendant’s case. For example, an appeal might challenge evidentiary rulings, biased jurors or misconduct from jurors. A direct appeal could also argue that the prosecution’s evidence was insufficient to arrive at a guilty verdict based on the reasonable doubt standard.
If the Court of Appeals deny your direct appeal, another option would be to further escalate into California Supreme Court or federal courts via writs of habeas corpus.
Another option for appealing trial court orders before final judgment is an interlocutory writ. Writs are usually filed when a trial court denies a defendant’s motion to suppress evidence based on constitutional violations. By filing an interlocutory writ, defendants can try to reverse a denial of suppression motion before proceeding with trial proceedings and avoid highly prejudicial evidence.
Writs of habeas corpus are often seen as a last resort for criminal defendants who have been convicted and sentenced after all other appeals failed. Habeas corpus writs argue that individuals are wrongfully incarcerated due to some constitutional right violations rather than challenge the factual basis of their conviction.
The rules and procedures governing appeals processes can be complicated and time-sensitive, which is why you need an experienced appellate attorney like Attorney Todd Spodek and his team of criminal defense attorneys at Spodek Law Group. We’ll provide you with the possible legal representation based on our extensive knowledge of the law, professionalism, and a deep understanding of your specific legal situation.
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Please contact us at 877-781-1570 for an initial consultation if you’re interested in filing an appeal before or after final judgment. At Spodek Law Group, we possess everything needed to help achieve justice in your case.
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