Birmingham Criminal Appeals Attorneys – Fighting For You
Montgomery Post-Conviction Relief Lawyers; Guiding You Through Appellate CourtFor more than four decades, criminal appeals lawyers at Boles Holmes Parkman White LLC have been defending clients against a wide variety of criminal charges in Alabama. We have also helped numerous clients appeal their convictions or reduce the sentences imposed on them by Alabama and federal courts. Call us to fight your conviction: (205) 502-2000. If you have been convicted of a serious crime such as murder, theft, or drug trafficking (or any other crime), the criminal defense lawyers at Boles Holmes Parkman White LLC in Birmingham are ready to fight for your freedom. Call (205) 502-2000 to discuss your appeal with an experienced criminal defense attorney to guide you through Alabama appellate court. We will diligently re-examine your case and look for any holes in the prosecution’s case. You will also receive straightforward legal advice on whether or not your conviction has a chance of being overturned or your sentence reduced:
- Was evidence in your case improperly admitted?
- Did Birmingham police admit to making any improper statements during your case?
- Did Alabama prosecutors fail to provide you with a fair trial?
- Did the Alabama jury receive improper instruction during your initial trial?
- Was your prior Birmingham defense lawyer competent?
- During your trial or plea agreement, were any mistakes made by the Alabama court?
- Is your punishment unreasonably harsh?
Birmingham Rule 32 Attorneys; Skilled, Experienced in Alabama LawIf your appeal has been denied by the Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals, or the Alabama Supreme Court, that doesn’t mean it is time to give up. You still may seek relief under Rule 32 of the Alabama Rules of Criminal Procedure. This rule allows relief from a conviction when:
- Constitutional error requires a new trial or new sentencing;
- The trial court lacked jurisdiction over the case;
- The sentence exceeded the maximum sentence allowed;
- The Defendant’s sentence has expired, but they remain incarcerated; or
- Newly discovered evidence has been found.