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Federal Habeas Corpus Lawyers Arizona

Habeas corpus petitions usually involve convicted felons who have exhausted all their appeals rights. These petitions give the defendant a chance to have a retrial or an overturned conviction. In order to successfully file habeas corpus, the Arizona federal habeas corpus lawyers must prove that the conviction was improper, or that the rights of the defendants have been violated. It is therefore absolutely necessary that the defendant enlists highly experienced appellate attorneys, as it gives you the best chance of winning your case on appeal.

Contact an Arizona federal post-conviction lawyer (480) 422-3255. We also handle criminal and civil appeal cases throughout the state and nation. Our federal criminal appellate team is lead by appeal lawyer Robert Sirianni.  We handle federal appeals from Tucson, Phoenix, Mesa, Glendale,  Scottsdale, and Chandler.

Vacate a Previous Federal Judgment and Sentence in Arizona

Defendants can decide to file a motion to annul a given ruling on several grounds. This includes newly discovered evidence (2241), ineffective trial counsel, illegal verdicts and excessive sentencing. Defendants are also entitled to a new hearing in a case where they have been unfairly tried or where the trial court misapplied the rules of criminal or civil procedure to the case. A wrong jury instruction is also one of the reasons that the defendant may decide to appeal a given sentence. We also handle federal appellate cases before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Contact our federal post conviction lawyers for Phoenix Arizona today at (480) 422-3255

Arizona Federal Post-Conviction Attorneys

Over the years that we have been practicing law, we have managed to secure reduced sentence for our clients on several occasions. We have also been able to successfully petition for pardon, clemency and motions of post-conviction relief. Habeas corpus motions such as rule 2254, 2255, 2241 and other writs are filed in Arizona federal courts. The petitions are used to vacate a judgment, reduce sentence, or overturn a jury verdict. Appellate litigation is an often complex process which requires the experience of an Arizona federal crime appeals attorney that specializes in appeals. When you want to move forward with your appeal, our Arizona habeas corpus lawyers are ready to review your case. Contact our Arizona post-conviction lawyers to set up a consultation.


Phoenix Arizona Federal Habeas Appeals Lawyers

The Arizona post-conviction lawyers at Brownstone represent clients on appeal before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal for the United States. Our federal attorneys also appear on cases before the United States Supreme Court. The firm provides top appellate advocacy for our clients in Arizona. We focus on criminal appeals, RICO, white collar crime, drug conspiracy, drug trafficking and all areas of major federal criminal appeals.  Most appeals originate before the US District Court of Appeal in Arizona and are processed to a higher court. The firm also files petitions for habeas corpus across the United States. Connect with our federal criminal lawyers in Arizona today (480) 422-3255.

10-day window for appeal for Arizona Federal Habeas Petitions and Writs

There is a 10-day window to file a Notice of Appeal with the U.S Court of Appeals. This rule also applies in Arizona court. This federal notice of appeal must be drafted and filed within a certain amount of time or you can’t appeal. Brownstone has handled hundreds of appeals in both federal court. Appeal deadlines are strict federally. Contact us to discuss your rights to a federal appeal in Arizona. Contact our Arizona post-conviction appeal lawyers today for a free consultation. They are here to help with all cases regardless of how big or small they may seem. Call us today, you have nothing to lose! (480) 422-3255. Learn more about Brownstone Law and our federal appellate lawyers.

5025 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012

(888) 233-8895

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