About The Appellate Law Office of New York Appeals, PC
Criminal Appeals In New York State And Federal Courts Throughout the United States
The Law Office of New York Appeals handles interests of criminal convictions in all U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and New York State Appellate Courts (counting Appellate Divisions and the New York Court of Appeals). Regardless of whether your case is under the Penal Law in New York State Courts or Federal Law in the U.S. Region Courts, I have extensive involvement with a broad range of interests of criminal feelings in both the New York State Courts and the Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal.
I am a criminal interests legal counselor have sought after re-appraising cases in the Appellate Divisions, the Appellate Terms and the highest court in the State of New York, the New York Court of Appeals. This included interests of lawful offense feelings in New York State Courts, interests of Federal Criminal Convictions in the different U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals and efficiently recognized legal issues, planned and composed briefs and led oral contention.
My association's practice is gathered in the interests of criminal feelings in both State and Federal Courts.
Post sentence applications: 440 movements, Writs of Habeas Corpus, Writ of Errors Coram Nobis
In numerous criminal cases in both State and Federal Courts, there is a need to audit certain protected issues and the improvement of new proof found after a criminal respondent has been through the whole re-appraising procedure in his/her State Courts.
In the Federal Courts the denounced, or "appealing party," can have the State Appellate Court's choice audited in the Federal Courts through the Writ of Habeas Corpus or the Writ of Errors Coram Nobis. It is imperative that the petitions for these sorts of uses be gotten a convenient way and that the right issues are raised so that the Appellant will have the best conceivable shot for achievement. An accomplished investigative lawyer will be acquainted with the procedure and strategies important to execute these critical applications in the interest of the customer. I have arranged various Writs of both Habeas Corpus and Coram Nobis for customers and have broad involvement around there of the law.
In New York State Courts the movement made as per Criminal Procedure Law §440 is a vital movement, for the most part, made the total of what offers have been depleted, or where there is new proof, or where there is an issue according to Padilla v. Kentucky. Making this movement and raising the right, lawful issues is fundamental for the customer's prosperity. An accomplished re-appraising lawyer will give you the most obvious opportunity for achievement in these sorts of utilizations to the courts. I have broad involvement in composing 440 movements and have been at the front line in both the trial and re-appraising courts in making applications in light of the Padilla v. Kentucky case.