Orlando Appeals Attorney
Trust the Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A., for Legal Assistance
Following a conviction at trial, it is common for the defendant to pursue an appeal. The appeals process is a complex procedure that allows a convicted person and his or her attorney to address any procedural mistakes or omissions that could have contributed to a wrongful conviction.
Appeals are highly complex, requiring a great deal of preparation and attention to detail. When considering an appeal, it pays to have an experienced Orlando criminal defense lawyer on your side.
We will provide guidance answering the question: When can you appeal a case?
An Experienced Orlando Criminal Appeals Lawyer
Orlando attorneys Mark Horwitz and Vince Citro, are seasoned and well-respected advocates in Florida and federal appellate courts. Their Florida criminal defense and appeals practice was founded in 1980 with a focus on white-collar crime. Both work hard to help their clients find relief under the law.
The Supreme Court of the State of Florida appointed Mr. Horwitz to the Florida Supreme Court Committee on Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases, where he served from 1995 to 2003. He has appealed cases in both state and federal courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States.
Contact the Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A.
Any person convicted of a crime has the right to appeal the conviction or the sentence. If you feel that errors were made at your trial and you wish to appeal the decision, contact our law office online or call (407) 901-5852. One of our Orlando criminal defense attorneys will meet with you one-on-one to discuss your case and answer any questions you have about appeals in state or federal court.
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