Finding What Went Wrong And Making It Right

Were you wrongly convicted of a crime in Michigan? Did your previous attorney fail to object to an important issue at your trial? Did the judge refuse to admit evidence that should have been admitted? Perhaps some other error was made that led to a wrongful conviction or an undesirable result.

If you are considering an appeal, you know that something went wrong. You may even have a good idea of what happened to turn the odds against you. Don't leave your future to chance. Hire an experience criminal law attorney who knows every aspect of criminal defense cases and who can figure out why you are in this situation.

Leaving No Stone Unturned With Your Criminal Appeal

At the Ann Arbor criminal defense law firm of Dawid & Gatti, PLLC, we fight wrongful convictions. From the moment you come to us with your appellate case, we begin backtracking. We comb through the case until we find specifically what went wrong.

We often take an extra step that many appellate lawyers do not take. We will often contact your trial lawyer and get his or her input. Hindsight is 20/20, and we believe your previous trial lawyer can provide valuable insight into what went wrong.

At Dawid & Gatti, PLLC, we leave no stone unturned in our quest to develop a successful appeal.

How Criminal Appeals Are Different From Criminal Trials

The criminal appeal process dramatically different from a criminal trial. Appeals require carefully written arguments, whereas trials focus on spoken arguments. When pursuing an appeal, you must choose a lawyer who is well-versed in the written argument.

Our lawyers have decades of experience and are skilled in writing convincing appellate arguments. Our record of success proves it. We appeal cases to the Michigan Court of Appeals and the Michigan Supreme Court.

Is There Grounds For An Appeal?

It is important to understand that a bad result in a criminal law matter is not sufficient grounds for an appeal. There must be some indication that an error was made in the process at some point. We offer free consultations so we can talk to you about the facts of the case and determine if there may be reason to pursue a criminal appeal.

Send an email or call 734-794-3966 to schedule a meeting with one of our attorneys.