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If you've been convicted of a criminal charge in California, you may fear that there's nothing you can do to reverse the damage to your reputation and your criminal record. However, there are many options available that may allow you to revisit your criminal conviction and clear your record. A skilled defense attorney from the Writs and Appeals Law Group at The Kavinoky Law Firm will thoroughly review your case to determine the most promising method to secure justice for you.

Here are some of the avenues an experienced defense lawyer may use to successfully resolve your California criminal case even after you've pled guilty or been convicted by a jury:

  • Sentencing representation, beginning with presenting a detailed sentencing position to the court, negotiating a proper and just sentence with prosecutors, and representation at the sentencing hearing itself.
  • Handling, drafting, preparing for, and filing motions for new trial, which is a specialized process that attempts to reverse the jury's verdict.
  • Attempting to obtain bail for individuals who have been convicted, but who have yet to be sentenced, or who have been sentenced but intend to file an appeal.

As you can see, there are many ways to address your California criminal conviction, even after you've pled guilty or been convicted by a jury. Obviously, there are many advantages to doing so - you can restore your reputation and give yourself a chance to aggressively fight the charges against you. To learn more about your options after a California criminal conviction, please contact an experienced defense attorney from The Kavinoky Law Firm today for a free consultation.

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