What Does It Mean To Appeal A Case In Georgia?
A wide variety of mistakes can and do happen during a criminal trial that can negatively impact a defendant or lead to a wrongful conviction.
Fortunately, the law allows individuals to appeal their cases. But it’s important to note that an appeal doesn’t mean starting from scratch with the ability to reargue new facts and introduce new evidence.
Acceptable Grounds For An Appeal
Appellate courts will only consider mistakes made by a judge or attorney during trial. Common examples include:
- Ineffective assistance of counsel
- Legal errors with the sentence imposed
- Unfitting arguments made at trial
- Evidence erroneously admitted or rejected at trial
If you wish to inquire about an appeal for yourself or on behalf of a loved one, contacting an attorney knowledgeable in handling both Georgia and federal criminal appeals cases is the first step.
Arguments for an appeal are always based on specific circumstances.
How I Can Help You With Your Appeal
I am attorney Jacob Stidham and I handle only criminal law matters and appeals for Buford, Cumming and the Atlanta, Georgia, metro. I do not dabble in other areas of law and focus my attention to every criminal case, procedure and defense available for my clients.
I also have extensive trial experience, a skill and proficiency many of my criminal defense competitors lack. I can help you.
Call 470-338-5911 today to find out how I can help. Free initial consultations offered.