The complicated and often severe state of federals laws can make the federal appeals process confusing. If you’ve been convicted of a federal crime and want to make an appeal in a federal court, there are a few things you need to know:
It’s Your Constitutional Right
It is your Constitutional right to file a federal appeal.
The Process is Done in Writing
The appeals process is always done in writing by a federal appeals lawyer like Erlinda Ocampo Johnson. Ms. Johnson will write the legal briefing.
A Federal Appeal is Not a Retrial or a Rehearing of Evidence
A federal appeal is not a chance to take another look at the evidence and the case against you. Instead, it is the judgment or court order that is attacked.
Such an attack requires skill and experience with the federal court system. Ms. Johnson has many years of experience as both a federal criminal defense attorney as well as a Federal Prosecutor. She understands both sides of a courtroom, and she will use that knowledge in your defense.
The Federal Appeals Process Can Be Slow
The federal appeals process is a slow one, and you may not get the results you want as soon as you want them. However, Ms. Johnson will keep you informed and up-to-date on the status of your case and any other pertinent or important information.
If you want to file a federal appeal, you need a skilled and experienced federal criminal defense attorney on your side. Contact the Law Office of Erlinda Ocampo Johnson, LLC — you will have a fearless criminal defense attorney fighting for the best outcome possible for you and your loved ones.