Appeals & Post Conviction Representation
Losing at trial is always a disheartening experience. But, there are means by which you can continue to fight against a conviction.
If you have a loved one who has been convicted of a crime, we can help him or her fight that conviction. We can examine all potential means of
challenging the conviction including the possibility that your loved one received ineffective assistance of counsel. Do you believe the lawyer
who was defending your loved one made mistakes? Did he or she miss important evidence or fail to pursue important points sufficiently? If these
questions are lingering, come discuss the situation with attorney Kevin Stockstill.
There are two means by which to bring errors to the court's attention:
- Appeals: This involves asking a higher court to consider
whether mistakes were made at trial.
- Post-conviction relief: Once all opportunities to appeal
have been exhausted, you can petition the court to consider whether any breaches of constitutional protections occurred during the trial
such as ineffective assistance of counsel.