Seeking a Second Chance?
Your Case Deserves Another Look!
If you’re questioning the outcome of your trial and suspect that errors may have influenced the verdict, it’s crucial to consider the appeals process. While navigating the appeals system can be intricate, it doesn’t mean your conviction is set in stone. Our seasoned appeals attorneys are here to guide you meticulously through each phase, highlighting potential oversights from your initial trial and strategizing the best approach to challenge the decision.
Appeals, often termed as post-conviction relief, are a recourse available to those found guilty, be it by a criminal jury or during a bench trial, as stipulated by the Georgia Code § 5-6-33. Before initiating an appeal, the convicted have the prerogative to file a motion for a new trial, which is an integral part of the appeals trajectory. However, it’s imperative to act within the designated post-conviction statutory timeframe.