Post Conviction Relief Motion in Orlando Florida
Orlando post-conviction relief may be available if there was an error in the trial or hearing that resulted in an unfavorable conviction. We file post-conviction motions such as 3.800, 3.850, and writs of habeas corpus. The Orlando post-conviction relief attorneys also handle complex federal appeals to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeal. A defendant may move to vacate, set aside, or correct the judgment or sentence in a criminal case. Orlando post-conviction litigation is a unique legal area that may be available to those who have been convicted of a crime, after appeal rights have been exhausted. You may also qualify to withdraw your plea. Contact our orlando post-conviction lawyers at 1-888-233-8895. Under statute, a person convicted of a crime may file a motion to vacate conviction and/or sentence requesting a new trial or sentencing. There are various grounds to withdraw your plea or for post-conviction grounds which include the following reasons:
The Conviction and Sentence is unconstitutional
3.850 post-conviction litigation requires scrutiny which involves a complete investigation of the case. We normally obtain a trial transcript to brief a 3.850 Motion or claim. We must review trial dockets, evidence, exhibits, and notes from the clerk and any record on appeal. Post-conviction investigation also often includes locating and interviewing witnesses and co-defendants. In some cases, mitigating evidence that was not presented during trial may offer insight in a post-conviction litigation case. DNA testing and new technology also offers support for a new trial or hearing.
If your trial counsel was ineffective you may motion the court to withdraw your plea or vacate and set aside your trial. There are numerous areas of ineffective counsel that can be raised on a 3.850 motion for post-conviction relief in Florida. If your trial counsel provided you with ineffective or deficient performance at your plea or during trial contact us at 1-888-233-8895 immediately as you may only have 2 years to file a motion for post-conviction relief in Florida. We also handle Jacksonville post-conviction appeals, Miami post-conviction appeals, Tallahassee post-conviction appeals, and Tampa post-conviction appeals.