An appeal is when a case is reviewed because one of the parties involved believes the verdict to be inaccurate. Appeals are difficult to attain but everyone charged of a crime has the right to one.
An appeal may be grated if your case meets any of the following:
- Has new evidence
- There was a legal error
- Jury or procedural misconduct
There are many ways to have your case reviewed and the outcome changed. Let an experienced attorney like Scott M. Anderson fight for your rights.
Give us a call at 405-236-2221 for a free consultation.