There are a few reasons why a criminal appeals case may be filed in Hays, Guadalupe, or Comal County. Sometimes an appeal might be filed if someone believes that a court decision is unfair. They might also file an appeal if they feel that the law governing the case was ruled in the wrong way.
In these situations, someone may wish to file a criminal appeal in order to get a conviction overturned. People can do this as long as the following is applicable:
- a final judgment has been reached by the lower court
- that particular person is able to show that there was an error made in a lower court that will support a criminal appeal.
It’s important to understand that in many situations there are time limits in which someone can file a criminal appeals case in Hays, Guadalupe, or Comal County. We can help you with better understand these time limits.
Consulting a Criminal Appeals Attorney
Given the complexities to filing an appeal, it is a good idea to consult with a qualified Texas appeals attorney when thinking about filing a criminal appeals case.
The Law Office of Case J. Darwin Inc. is experienced in handling these types of cases and can certainly help you make an informed decision to determine if your particular case can be successfully appealed in Texas.
Many times attorneys fail to effectively represent clients in these situations or the courts simply make wrong decisions. When this happens, you can count on us to give you the best chance of correcting the issue.
Why Hire our Criminal Appeals Lawyer
Our Texas law firm not only has appellate-specific experience, with Case Darwin having served as a briefing attorney for a Texas court of appeals Justice, but he is also an experienced trial attorney, having served as a prosecutor.
This combination of both appellate and trial skills gives our law firm the ability to speak authoritatively to the appellate courts of the real world implications of their legal rulings.
To learn more about the court of criminal appeals in Hays, Guadalupe, and Comal County please visit txcourts.gov.