If you have been convicted of a federal criminal offense in the Northern District of Florida, you owe it to yourself to consult with a Northern District of Florida Federal Criminal Appeals Attorney as soon as possible. Even if you entered a guilty plea, you may be able to appeal your sentence.
However, there are strict deadlines for filing a federal criminal appeal so it is imperative that you contact an experienced federal appeals attorney right away. Don’t risk losing your right to appeal your conviction or sentence – contact the law office of Shein & Brandenburg for a consultation and review of your case.
Florida Federal Appeals Lawyers
Florida is governed by the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
Our Florida Federal Appeals lawyers will put the experience and knowledge gained during 20 years of federal criminal defense experience to work scouring your case for potential issues that can be raised on appeal. There may have been errors made during your trial such as an incorrect ruling by the court or the admission of inadmissible evidence.
There may have been an erroneous application of the federal sentencing guidelines or you may be able to raise a claim of ineffective assistance of counsel. Even if your direct appeal has been denied, you may be able to pursue a motion for reconsideration or a petition for habeas corpus under 28 U.S.C. § 2255.
Experienced Federal Appellate Lawyers in all Circuits
The experienced federal appellate lawyers at Shein & Brandenburg will skillfully draft your appellate brief to present your issues to the appellate court in a clear and persuasive manner on pretrial, trial and sentencing issues. Our in depth knowledge of the complex federal criminal laws, federal criminal procedure, and federal sentencing guidelines means that our attorneys will be able to identify and brief issues that may have been overlooked.
Failure to act quickly can result in the loss of your appeal rights. Call the law office of Shein & Brandenburg or contact us online today! An experienced federal appellate lawyer will review your case and explain your options for appealing your conviction or sentence.