State & Federal Appeals Attorney in Cincinnati, Ohio
Receiving a criminal conviction anywhere and for any reason can be an overwhelming experience, and you can be left with feelings of confusion and fear. Our attorney understands that courts can make mistakes, just like people can. After receiving a criminal conviction, you may be wondering if you can possibly appeal your conviction. Did the court make a major error with your case? Do you feel the evidence doesn't support the verdict? If so, you may have grounds for appeal in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Our dedicated team at the Law Office Of Karen Oakley will discuss your case and handle the entire appeals process, keeping you informed every step of the way. Our attorney, Karen Oakley, cares about her clients and takes on a friendly, trustworthy, and aggressive approach to strive to get you the justice that you deserve. Reach out to our criminal appellate attorney to learn more.
The appeals process can seem long and confusing. Thankfully, you don't have to go it alone. Our criminal appellate lawyer works diligently to help you reach the goal you desire. We work collaboratively with you, but we also take charge when needed. Through the process, we will:
- File a notice of appeal with the court.
- Prepare an appellate record that includes everything entered into evidence.
- Create an appellate brief that identifies the mistakes made in the initial case.
Ready to start the appeals process? If you're in Cincinnati or Dayton, Ohio, or any of the surrounding counties, including the Clermont, Brown, Warren, or Montgomery Counties, our state-federal appeals attorney will proudly serve you and guide you through the appeals process. Meet with our attorney today to discuss your grounds for appeal.
Appealing a court ruling can be a long and stressful process. But you can rest easy knowing you have a capable criminal appellate attorney on your side. When you hire the Law Office of Karen Oakley in Cincinnati, OH, we'll handle everything from filing paperwork to communicating with the courts.
Once both sides have provided their statements at the appellate hearing, the judge may either:
- Allow the lower court's decision or verdict to stand
- Ask the lower court to overturn or retry your case
- Reverse or overturn the lower court's decision
Our state federal appeals attorney will keep you fully informed throughout the process. Contact us now to learn more.