Criminal Post-Conviction Filings consist of Appeals and Writs. Appeals are taken from judgments of convictions, and Writs usually apply to other legal errors not covered by direct appeals.
After conviction, you generally have only 30 days to file an appeal. Writs of Habeas Corpus usually must be filed within a year of exhausting all your appeals or may be filed later based on new evidence or issues.
This process is highly technical, and you want an attorney who will be up front and honest with you on your chances of success.
If you need assistance or information on Criminal Post-Conviction Filings, please give Jeffrey S. Blanck, Attorney at Law a call today at 775 324-6640 or click here to Contact Us.