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Your Options Are Not Over After A Conviction

A conviction is not the end of the road. You may still have the option of filing an appeal to challenge the lower court’s decision. To get this done, you will need the assistance of an attorney.

A case does not end in the lower court, so neither should your optimism nor your desire to see your case properly represented. Work with The Law Office of Jeffrey Chabrowe. Our founder, Jeffrey Chabrowe, has more than 20 years of experience in criminal law. We help clients throughout New York City appeal their convictions and challenge their sentences.

Two Post-Conviction Avenues

There are two basic avenues through which post-conviction relief can be sought. This is through direct appeals and a motion for a new trial.

  • Motions for new trials are sought through Statues 44.10 in state court and 22.55 in federal court. This motion is often based on new evidence or ineffective counsel at the initial trial, heard by the same judge that presided over the initial trial. These motions can be submitted after the initial trial or after a guilty plea.
  • Direct appeals are often appealing the decisions of admission by the presiding judge at trial to an appellate court. These can be done after a trial when there is a possibility for reversal.

We can also explore options such as parole, habeas corpus proceedings, clemency and many other alternatives.

Legal Experience On Which You Can Rely

Post-conviction relief is filled with complex regulations, red tape and administrative procedures. You only get one chance at it, so you need an attorney whom you know is reliable. Mr. Chabrowe is a former prosecutor who has two decades of experience practicing criminal law. You can read testimonials about how he has helped previous clients with their relief.

Reach Out For Post-Conviction Relief – Free Consultations

It is important that you have a lawyer who understands post-conviction and appellate law during this crucial stage of your case. Contact us to request a free initial consultation with attorney Chabrowe. To get in touch with us, please call our Manhattan office at 212-235-1510 or send us an email.