Wyoming Federal Post-Conviction Writs of Habeas Corpus

At Brownstone Law, our attorneys are prepared to handle post-conviction criminal writs under 2255 and 2254 from cases tried by other lawyers. A successful post-conviction writ restores your rights and reputation, as it points out the errors made by a judge or trial court that prejudiced your rights. Generally, Wyoming Post-Conviction Crime Lawyer go to the Federal Appellate Division, then the US Supreme Court. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals handles all Wyoming federal criminal cases. Regardless of your situation, our Wyoming federal crime lawyers at Brownstone are prepared to defend your rights. Call our Wyoming Post-Conviction criminal lawyers at 1-888-233-8895.

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Conviction of a post-conviction case in carries lifelong consequences that can negatively impact your quality of life. Return to our federal habeas writs page. For instance, a post-conviction record can affect your ability to find a job, find a place to live, or establish respect in a community. This is why we work diligently to find sentencing and procedural errors that may have resulted in a wrongful conviction. Cases that fall under the federal Habeas Corpus writs in Wyoming include, but are not limited to:

  • POST-CONVICTION NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE
  • RISKING THE WELFARE OF A CHILD
  • MONEY LAUNDERING
  • MURDER
  • VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER
  • SEXUAL ABUSE
  • VARIOUS COMPUTER CRIMES
  • OFFICIAL MISCONDUCT

When you decide to partner with Brownstone to file a post-conviction conviction, we thoroughly examine pre-trial, trial, and sentencing process to uncover legal errors. We then complete extensive research into the case and craft a compelling argument to present to the judge.

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Since you have 45 days since the conviction to appeal, it’s critical to learn about your options as quickly as possible. You must not let the statute of limitations expire on your appeal. To learn more, call Brownstone Law’s Wyoming Post-Conviction federal criminal attorneys today to speak with our post-conviction Court of appeal attorneys. We will provide you with a free consultation to see how we can help you and your case.

Brownstone’s Wyoming federal crime law firm is unique. We comprehend complex federal issues related to appeals. Our federal attorneys craft the most intricate legal points during the appellate process. Our knowledge and experience enables our federal appellate lawyers to find solutions to the most difficult problems. Federal writs of a long tradition in the United States. Our success is based on applied imagination and scholarly deliberation.

We take on appeals related to various areas of civil law including banking, white collar, post-conviction, corporate, securities, oil and gas, international issues, intellectual property, insurance defense, environmental and labor.

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Wyoming Federal Habeas Corpus

We often file motions under: Rule 2255, Motions for Ineffective Counsel. The Wyoming federal Post-Conviction Appeals attorneys at our firm have handled hundreds of appeals. We file appeals and motions for habeas corpus all over Wyoming. It may be possible through the application of these rules to take your cases back to trial court to raise additional grounds that you failed to raise in your appeal, such as:

  • NEWLY DISCOVERED EVIDENCE
  • VIOLATION OF CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS INCLUDING
  • INEFFECTIVE ASSISTANCE OF COUNSEL

Our talented team of post-conviction attorneys are in a position to represent our client’s best interests before every federal court of appeal in the country. The right lawyer can make a difference in the outcome of your appeal case, which is why it’s important to hire an appellate attorney specifically for your appeal.

Let our Wyoming Post-Conviction criminal lawyers go over your case to help determine the best route for your case. Our attorneys will create a sound strategy for you. Contact us today to set up a consultation with one of our attorneys.

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