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The Benefits of Having a Former Prosecutor Appeal Your Criminal Conviction

Posted by Howard Wise | Jan 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

When an individual has been convicted of a criminal offense there is no question they will be facing fines, incarceration, probation or other penalties. If there is reason to believe that the final decision of the court was unconstitutional, unjust, or was reached after some form of administrative error, it is extremely important that you consult with a skilled criminal defense lawyer in order to discuss your rights and evaluate the legal options available to you.

The lawyers at our firm have extensive experience representing defendants in all types of criminal cases and we are intimately familiar with the entire appeals process. Whether you are looking to make a direct appeal, or you wish to file a post-conviction petition, our firm will be able to review your case, advise you of your legal rights, and provide you with the aggressive representation you need when filing your appeal.

Howard J. Wise & Associates has successfully represented thousands of criminal defense cases in the Chicago area over the years. One of the biggest advantages we have is that our founding attorney, as well as a number of our other attorneys, are former prosecutors. Having a former prosecutor help you appeal your criminal conviction offers a distinct advantage because we are able to truly comprehend all aspects of the justice system – from both sides of the aisle. We know to what extremes the prosecution will go to get a conviction, we understand the circumstances that could lead up to an unjust conviction and we know how to help you on an immediate basis.

If you wish to appeal your criminal conviction, contact a Chicago criminal defense attorney at our firm right away.

About the Author

Howard Wise

A Chicago Criminal Defense Attorney Who Understands Both Sides Few attorneys can claim the diverse experience and history of successful cases of Howard J. Wise. The dedicated and talented Chicago defense attorney began his criminal law journey more than two decades ago, when he began studying a...


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