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FEDERAL POST-CONVICTION ATTORNEYS IN MISSISSIPPI

Federal Post-Conviction Attorneys In Mississippi

Mississippi Federal Habeas Corpus Lawyers

If you have been wrongfully convicted of a crime, you may believe that your life is over. At Brownstone Law, we know that nothing could be further from the truth. Call us today to find out what you can do to repair your reputation and to get back on the path towards getting your life back! No appeal is too large or small for the expert appeals attorneys at Brownstone Law. Contact our Mississippi habeas corpus attorneys today at (601) 203-1189 to schedule your free initial consultation. Return to our federal post conviction writ page.

Federal Post-Conviction Attorneys

Convicted persons are allowed to file motions to vacate judgment or to request a new trial on several grounds. These include an unconstitutional sentence, newly discovered evidence, an illegal judgment or ineffective counsel under 2255. It is also possible to appeal in case the trial court misapplied the rules of criminal or civil procedure.

Proof of the quality and status of our law firm can be obtained from the high number of convictions that we have managed to overturn or have significantly reduced sentence. We have also successfully represented our clients in the clemency and pardon board. Contact our Mississippi post-conviction attorneys today.

Experienced Mississippi Federal Habeas Corpus Lawyers

The Mississippi post-conviction attorneys at Brownstone handle civil and criminal appeals in Mississippi and have handled a number of complex federal appeals, including but not limited to racketeering crimes, securities, business torts, contract issues, construction, and environmental related cases. Our team of knowledgeable appeals attorneys and law clerks diligently serve individuals, small businesses, and corporations, equally, with leading-edge legal service and representation. Contact our Post-Conviction Attorneys today.

As dedicated appellate lawyers, we represent clients in all stages of the appeals process, utilizing spearheading litigation strategies in federal Supreme Court. We can work closely with trial attorneys, scrutinizing the details and procedures of your trial. Every appeal won on the federal level modifies law. Our lawyers keenly stay abreast of ever-changing laws in Mississippi and throughout the country. We conduct intensive research and review our client’s cases strategically and fiercely litigating on their behalf.

Federal Post-Conviction Attorneys In Mississippi

Mississippi Federal Writs Under 2255

Appeals in Mississippi federal courts significantly vary from trials. When a case is on federal appeal, Mississippi post-conviction attorneys search to prove that a trial court committed a mistake what was significant enough to award the requested relief, whether it be a new court trial, re-sentencing, or complete custody discharge. The manner with which relief is searched for can substantially vary from one case to another. In some cases, for example, the government’s case might need to be assessed in total in order for the appellate court to prove that it did not make out the charges against a defendant. In additional cases, one improper evidentiary ruling by a trial judge may be adequate enough for a verdict overturning. Most writs originate in the Southern District Federal Court of Mississippi and proceed to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

It isn’t shocking that with such different rules and procedures, clients, as well as their loved ones, will seek Mississippi federal crime lawyers that have the required knowledge to correctly brief, file, and argue a client’s appeal, as well as substantial expertise in appeals matters. The Mississippi post-conviction attorneys at Brownstone successfully have dealt with hundreds of appeals matters in Mississippi’s federal courts. Contact us at (601) 203-1189.

Contact our Mississippi post-conviction attorneys today for a free consultation (601) 203-1189.  Connect with federal criminal appellate lawyers for Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals cases.