Criminal Appeals

The preparation of a direct appeal or any other type of post-conviction litigation involves a significant amount of work. Transcripts have to be meticulously reviewed to determine if any issues present themselves for appeal.

Once issues are spotted, many hours of legal research must be undertaken to determine what case law exists to support the defendant’s arguments. A brief then must be drafted which persuasively argues to the court that the case law, coupled with the facts of the defendant’s case require that the conviction or ruling to be reversed.

Before retaining appellate counsel, you would be best advised to make sure that the person you hire has the type of practice, skills, and experience that enables him to do the job properly.

David B. Carter Jr. Law Offices is highly capable in preparation and representation of cases before the appellate courts. We leave no page unturned in the search for appellate issues.