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Federal Criminal Appeals Lawyer in Miami

Appealing Federal Criminal Cases from the United States District Courts in the Southern District of Florida

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Our boutique firm represents clients in Federal Criminal Appeals in Florida and Miami, appealing from the United States District Courts of the Southern District of Florida and all the counties located within that District. This includes Federal Criminal Appeals from trials coming from the cases originating in Broward County, Dade, County, Highlands, Indian River, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee, Palm Beach, St. Lucie, Forth Lauderdale, Miami, Key West and West Palm Beach. The Federal Criminal Appeals emanating from the United States District Courts in the Southern District of Florida appeal to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

We represent clients at the appellate level who have been convicted of all types of federal crimes such as larceny, embezzlement, fraud, drug trafficking, drug conspiracy, weapons possession and trafficking and more. Unlike other law firms who practice in many areas of the law, our firm handles Federal Criminal Appeals exclusively. Federal convictions are serious and often carry heavy penalties such as large fines, imprisonment, restitution, and deportation. The importance of contacting an attorney with extensive knowledge and experience in handing Federal Criminal Appeals cannot be overemphasized.

Federal Criminal Appeals Law Firm Handling Federal Criminal Appeals In Miami, Florida

The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) targets Miami as a gateway for drug trafficking into the United States. If you are looking to appeal a drug-related conviction arising from the United States District Courts in Miami, Florida, you need the law firm that handles only Federal Criminal Appeals. We handle cases ranging from assaults to sex crimes to drug trafficking, weapons possession and much more. Whether you endured a trial or took a plea deal, the work of our firm reflects diligence and passion for each and every one of our clients’ cases.

Our experienced attorneys focus exclusively on Federal Criminal Appeals and are here to guide you through the Federal Circuit Court of Appeals’ system. Appealing a federal conviction is a difficult and often lengthy process. With the help of dedicated attorneys with extensive knowledge and experience at handling Federal Criminal Appeals and appeals arising from the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals you can be confident that your appeal has the best chance at success.

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Federal Criminal Appeals in Miami: Drug Trafficking

The consequences of a federal drug trafficking conviction are serious. You need to consult with a Federal Criminal Appeals attorney before you are sentenced. Drug trafficking convictions in Miami and all over the United States often carry some of the most severe penalties, and it is not unheard for defendants to receive a lifetime sentence and millions of dollars in fines. Errors are made every day during federal trials and defendants are too often denied their constitutional rights. That’s where we come in; our Federal Criminal Appeals attorneys know how to find appealable issues and how to raise them effectively in the Eleventh Circuit.

The U.S. District Courts in Miami and the Southern District of Florida consider several factors in determining the sentence for a drug trafficking conviction. For instance, the court may consider the type of drug involved, the quantity of narcotic, and the criminal history of the defendant. Many of the drug trafficking crimes will carry lengthy sentences with numerous additional factors that increase your offense level. Your sentence can increase significantly depending on how these offense level factors are assessed. Knowing the United States Sentencing Guidelines and how to navigate for the best results is our business.

Federal Criminal Appeals in Miami: Firearm Convictions

Already harsh penalties from a federal criminal conviction can become even more serious with the involvement of a firearm. Firearm convictions will automatically tack additional penalties on to a federal sentence, and it is imperative that you contact a lawyer who can persuasively craft and present appealable issues whether they take the form of constitutional issues, procedural issues and evidentiary issues.

The Sentencing Guidelines Manuel provides a set of rules based on offense level of a crime and criminal history, which guide the judge in determining the sentence that will be imposed. Pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 924 (c), there is a mandatory minimum penalty for those convicted of carrying a firearm during and in relation to a crime of violence or drug trafficking crime, or possessing a firearm of 5 years. An individual, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 924, convicted of such crimes must “(i) be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of not less than 5 years; (ii) if the firearm is brandished, be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of not less than 7 years; and (iii) if the firearm is discharged, be sentenced to a term of imprisonment of not less than 10 years.”

Successful Criminal Appeals in Miami: We Are The Federal Criminal Appeals Law Firm

Every Federal Circuit Court of Appeals has its own rules that must be followed. Convictions coming from Miami and Florida must be argued before a panel of judges in the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. The best federal appeals lawyers craft well-written briefs after a thorough review of the trial record. Your case will be no exception. You need a team of exceptional attorneys with unparalleled experience in identifying legal errors in trial transcripts, crafting persuasive appellate briefs, and presenting powerful arguments before a panel of federal circuit judges.

Call the right law firm. Call the firm that handles Federal Criminal Appeals Exclusively. For a Miami Federal Criminal Appeals attorney, call 1-800-APPEALS.

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