Baton Rouge Post-Conviction Relief Attorney
Let The Scott Law Firm, LLC Help You Reserve Your Conviction
Just because you or a loved one has been convicted of a crime doesn’t mean that your case is over. You still may obtain post-conviction relief to avoid serving the maximum penalties you face with the help of an experienced criminal defense lawyer.
At The Scott Law Firm, LLC, we are committed to exhausting all legal remedies to help you avoid serving the penalties you face after conviction. Our legal team can investigate your case, gather supporting evidence, analyze evidence collected by the police, and determine if you are eligible for post-conviction relief.
Contact us today to let our firm review your case.
The Post-Conviction Relief Process
Post-conviction relief is considered a post-trial motion, which is filed in the trial court, rather than the appellate court. This type of motion generally addresses issues that affect the outcome of trial.
The following are several grounds for post-conviction relief:
- Newly discovered evidence that proves innocence
- Ineffective representation from your lawyer
- Evidence of prosecutor misconduct, juror misconduct, or perjury
- Law changes that affect your conviction
Post-conviction relief cases often start with looking over and investigating the transcriptions and other written materials from the court proceedings. If our legal team determines you have a valid case, we will prepare your motion, file it, and then litigate the claim in court.
Contact Us Today
Our Baton Rouge post-conviction relief lawyers have the resources and skills to help you clear your name and avoid serious penalties. We are dedicated to helping you or your loved one get the outcome and justice they deserve.
Call (225) 224-0510 today to schedule a consultation to learn more about our legal services.
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