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Cases Originating in California's Federal Courts
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Cases Originating in California's Federal Courts - Introduction

If you've been convicted of a crime in a California federal court, you probably worry that there's not much that you can do to repair the damage. However, fortunately you have many options to challenge your conviction and get the justice you deserve. An experienced California defense lawyer from The Kavinoky Law Firm can thoroughly analyze your case to determine the most effective challenge to your federal court conviction.

There are many options a skilled defense attorney may employ to successfully resolve your federal criminal case even if you've been convicted by a judge or jury or pled guilty:

There are many options to resolve a federal criminal charge even after you've pled guilty or been convicted by a jury. To learn more about your options for post-conviction relief in California federal courts, please contact a skilled defense lawyer from The Kavinoky Law Firm today for a free consultation.

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