Collin County Appeals Attorneys
Want to challenge a court decision?
Individuals who have been convicted of a crime have not reached the end
of the criminal process. Defendants who have received a conviction by
plea or trial have the right to seek an appeal of the court's decision.
A post-conviction appeal may be right for you and a Collin criminal defense
attorney concentrating in criminal matters, including appeals will be
able to provide you with answers and recommendations when considering
Ready to begin? Seek counsel with the Law Offices of Tim Powers! –
If you or a loved one has been convicted of a crime, now is not the time
to give up! By appealing a criminal conviction you may be able to overturn
the court's decision and erase the conviction from your record. Our
experienced Collin County appellate lawyers at the Law Offices of Tim
Powers will fight for your post-conviction rights and represent you in
appellate court. An appellate court is the court that hears appeal cases
and has the power and authority to overturn a criminal conviction. The
criminal appeals process is long, complicated, and the likelihood of success
is dependent on many factors.
A criminal defense attorney from our experienced legal team will discuss
your criminal conviction with you and determine if you have cause for
an appeal. Our firm includes highly qualified criminal defense attorneys.
We not only aggressively represent clients facing criminal charges, but
fight for and defend clients who have already received a criminal conviction.
Your initial consultation with a criminal defense lawyer at our firm is
free and confidential and we urge you to act soon. The window for appealing
a criminal court decision is limited.
A criminal conviction is a serious situation but not the end of your legal
rights. Your attorney will mount an aggressive defense on your behalf
and fight to appeal your criminal conviction and for justice for you and
Contact the Law Offices of Tim Powers
to obtain aggressive legal representation in appealing a criminal-conviction
in Denton County and Collin County.
Schedule your free consultation today.