Arguing criminal appeals in Kentucky, as in any jurisdiction, is an uphill battle. That is why it is so important to be well-represented and successful at trial. However, that does not always occur. Regardless of who represented you at trial, it is always a good idea to have a second opinion and review of your case if you are facing the necessity of appeal.
Judges, prosecutors, legislators and trial defense counsel can commit errors that are of such magnitude that they affect your rights and the fairness of the trial proceedings. Your only recourse when this occurs is to appeal your case in the very short time you have available to do so. Do not delay!
When your liberty is taken from you as a result of an unconstitutional law or an error committed by an attorney or judge, do not hesitate to have your case reviewed by White, McCann & Stewart, PLLC. We will meet with you, examine your case and provide you a written evaluation of any errors that may have been committed that could give rise to a successful appeal. Appellate criminal work is precise and time consuming, and it requires such careful attention to filing deadlines and rules of appellate practice that you should not trust your appeal to just any attorney. Call us today to discuss your criminal appeal.