Writs

Writs

A writ, or collateral appeal, is a certain type of appeal different from the typical appeal once a guilty verdict is delivered.

There are a few kinds of writs, the most common being the writ of habeas corpus. A writ of habeas corpus can be filed any time during the criminal case or immediately following the denial of a direct appeal. The core requirement of the writ of habeas corpus is the defendant is in custody being held without due process.

In addition to habeas corpus, there’s also writs of mandamus and writs of prohibition. With all writs and appeals, an experienced defense attorney can counsel you on the best course of action for your particular case. In the course of your defense, there may be reasons to use writs, and your lawyer will know what’s right for you.

Appeals

Are you unhappy with the outcome of a recent trial or legal dispute? Don’t assume that you’ve run out of options. In some cases, you may be able to appeal a decision that didn’t work out in your favor. To increase the chances of a successful appeal, you’ll need a talented lawyer at your side. That’s where the Law Offices of Adam Weiner comes in.

Here to Help

The Law Offices of Adam Weiner works hard to serve the needs of clients just like you. When you come to the Law Offices of Adam Weiner, you’ll get the help of dedicated, diligent lawyer who understands how the appeals process works and can navigate through it. Since the Law Offices of Adam Weiner knows that this is a difficult time for you, you can rest assured that you’ll be treated with respect and compassion every step of the way.

Remember, the appeal system is designed to protect the rights of people just like you. So don’t give up hope. Call the Law Offices of Adam Weiner today for more information or to schedule a consultation and learn more about your options.

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