At Brownstone Law, our Michigan post-conviction attorneys have experience protecting our clients’ rights and reputation at every level of the law, from the Michigan Circuit Courts and the Michigan Court of Appeals, to the Michigan Supreme Court and the United States Supreme Court. For some, post-conviction relief is the last opportunity they have to set the record straight and defend their rights. This emphasizes the importance of working with a trusted and experienced team of attorneys.
Contact the criminal post-conviction lawyers and habeas corpus attorneys in Michigan at (313) 246-8004
It’s important to act as quickly as possible, as the timeline for the writs of habeas corpus can expire. Be sure to contact Brownstone Law today at (313) 246-8004 to learn how we can help you fight to have an unlawful conviction overturned. Fill out our contact form to talk with a Michigan criminal habeas corpus lawyer. Our habeas lawyers handle writs in Detroit, Stirling Heights, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Warren, Ann Arbor, and Flint.
In Michigan, the writs of habeas corpus may be filed at both the state and federal court level. If such a motion is successful, your freedom, your rights, and your reputation may all be restored. This is why it’s critical to pursue post-conviction relief and habeas corpus with everything you’ve got. At Brownstone Law, we place the full strength of our Michigan Post-Conviction team behind your case.
Learn about Michigan post-conviction relief and habeas corpus attorneys from Brownstone Law serving Lansing, Detroit, Grand Rapids, Sterling Heights, Warren, Flint, Romulus, Livonia, Dearborn, and Clinton, Michigan.
We represent clients with civil and criminal appeals throughout Michigan. Appellate law is highly complex and requires experienced and focused legal counsel. Our proficient criminal habeas corpus attorneys and law clerks stay abreast of the continually changing appellate law, allowing them to provide cutting-edge defense strategies for individuals and businesses seeking new trials, vacating prior convictions, reducing sentences, overturning a judgment, filing a motion of post-conviction, writs of habeas corpus and reprieves, commutations and pardons. Our Michigan habeas lawyers also handle post-conviction writs and petitions in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Kent County, Genesee County, Washtenaw County, Ingham County, Saginaw County, St. Clair County, Berrien County, and Allegan County Michigan.
You have a right to appeal your case following an unfair conviction. Whenever a case ruling seems like something is askew, it is best to protect your rights and seek counsel with a qualified attorney. The appeals process is there for you to have your case reviewed before the court for a second chance. Never assume that there is nothing else you can do. Speak to Brownstone Law and let the guidance of our seasoned appeals attorneys guide you. Remember, your initial consultation is free. If there was a flaw in the procedure used during your case, Brownstone Law will find it. Appellate lawyers handle complex criminal and civil cases in both federal and state courts. Contact a Michigan post-conviction attorney for a 2255, 2241, or 2254 motion and write of habeas corpus today for a free consultation. Most proceedings take place under rule 6500 of the Michigan Rules of Criminal Procedure.
Appealing your case is your right. Whenever a case ruling seems like something is askew, it is best to protect your rights and seek counsel with a qualified attorney. The appeals process is there for you to have your case reviewed before the court. Never assume that there is nothing else you can do. Speak to Brownstone Law and let our seasoned appeals attorneys guide you. Remember, your initial consultation is free. If there was a flaw in the procedure used during your case, Brownstone Law will find it. Contact our Michigan criminal appeals attorneys (313) 246-8004.
Both the United States Constitution and the Michigan Constitution provide the right to effective assistance of counsel. US Const, Am VI; Const 1963, art 1, § 20. To establish a claim for ineffective assistance of counsel, a defendant must show that trial counsel’s performance fell below an objective standard of reasonableness and that, but for counsel’s deficient performance, there is a reasonable probability that the result of the trial would have been different people v Payne, 285 Mich. App. 181, 188-189 (2009); People v Matuszak, 263 Mich. App. 42, 57-58 (2004). “A reasonable probability is a probability sufficient to undermine confidence in the outcome.” People v Carbin, 463 Mich. 590, 600 (2001) (quotation omitted). Read more about rule 6500 motion for post-conviction relief and find a form 6500 habeas writ: Form Michigan Post Conviction Motion Rule 6500
– Vacate a Previous Conviction
– Motions for New Trial
– Motions Based on Newly Discovered Evidence
– Motions to Reduce Sentence
– Motion to Overturn Judgment
– Habeas Corpus Relief
Contact our post conviction lawyers in Michigan for a rule 6500 motion and petition at (313) 246-8004.
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