New Hampshire Federal Criminal Appeals Lawyer: Advocates With Impact
We Are Federal Criminal Appeals
We are a boutique Federal Criminal Appeals Law Firm and we only handle Federal Criminal Appeals. With extensive experience in the area of Federal Criminal Appeals, we know Federal Criminal law and how to apply and assert those laws in your favor. Knowing and understanding your rights after you have been convicted of a Federal Crime is, by necessity, the place you must start. Consult with expert Federal Criminal Appellate lawyers that will inform you and develop an individualized strategy for your case. Whether you took a plea or went to trial, the first step in a successful Federal Criminal Appeal is being informed and hiring the Appellate Lawyers with the right experience and a track record for success.
Our boutique firm devotes its entire practice to defending the rights of our individual and corporate clients in complex federal criminal appeals. So, if you were convicted in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire in Concord and whether case arose from activity in Manchester, Nashua, Rochester, Somersworth or elsewhere in New Hampshire, our federal criminal appeals attorneys are ready to put their experience behind you. We are admitted to practice in the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court, so we can represent your interests from the start of the appeal process to the Nation’s highest Court. We have helped many people in seeking the following post-conviction relief:
- A new trial or hearing;
- A new or reduced sentenced;
- Leniency, clemency or a pardon;
- Overturning a judgment or conviction;
- Habeas Corpus;
- Early termination of probation; and
- Expungement and restoration of civil rights.
So, contact our New Hampshire federal criminal appeals lawyers for a free consultation at 1-800-APPEALS.
New Hampshire Federal Criminal Appeals Attorneys find Legal and Constitutional Errors
Federal criminal convictions are often the result of a tedious trial process supported by evidence gathered over long periods of time through federal investigations. And, while a federal criminal conviction is serious business, it is not the end of the line for those convicted. The post-conviction appellate process is in place to protect against human and legal errors in the criminal justice system. The federal criminal appeals attorneys at the Appellate Law Office of Stephen N. Preziosi take pride in spotting the trial court errors that led to your conviction including, without limitation, the following:
- Evidence gathered and admitted using defective Warrants or illegal Search and Seizures (4th Amendment);
- Evidence admitted in violation of the Federal Rules of Evidence;
- Due Process Violations which led to a legally deficient and unfair trial (5th Amendment);
- Errors caused by Ineffective Assistance of Counsel (6th Amendment);
- Excessive, Cruel or Unusual Punishment (8th Amendment); and
- Violations of the Federal Sentencing Guidelines.
New Hampshire Federal Criminal Appeals Lawyers Craft Compelling Briefs and Oral Arguments
The end result of these trial court errors is a federal criminal conviction for such things as the following:
- Drug manufacturing, trafficking, importing, distributing, possessing or selling;
- Organized crime & racketeering;
- Financial & public corruption crimes;
- Civil rights violation and the use of deadly force by police officers;
- Crimes involving the misuse of one’s official position in government;
- Tax fraud;
- Election law violations;
- Patient abuse violations; and
- Bank, health care, insurance, securities, mail & wire fraud.
This list is not exhaustive because federal criminal statutes are extensive. However, the federal criminal appeals attorneys at our firm will dedicate their time to thoroughly review the trial court record, to analyze the arguments and evidence and to research the applicable law in order to present your strongest and most compelling arguments on appeal.
Experienced New Hampshire Federal Criminal Appellate Advocacy Wins Appeals
The federal criminal appeals attorneys at our firm are seasoned professionals with extensive knowledge and experience in post-conviction appeals. We want to work for and with you to outline a strategy and obtain the best results possible.
Timing is everything on appeal. To preserve your right to appeal, you must file what is called a Notice of Appeal within 14-days of the entry of the judgment or order that you are appealing to preserve your right to appeal. Thereafter, you must file an appellate brief. It is the appellate brief that the First Circuit Court of Appeal will review and make their decision. Therefore, it is absolutely necessary that the appellate brief be well-organized presenting the factual arguments in a clear and concise manner supported by the most precise legal research.
We will put pen to paper, and where oral argument is necessary, we will polish the key points for the judges on the First Circuit Court of Appeals. No federal criminal appeal is too small or too large to seek the professional help and protection that you deserve. We are here to serve you in your federal criminal conviction appeal.