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Post-Conviction Attorneys in Westchester County
After Your Trial, Turn to Riebling & Payton, PLLC
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If you were recently charged and convicted of a crime, you are at a critical point in your life. You may be spending time in jail or prison, or your wages may be garnished to pay back the victims of the crime. What you may not know is that you have the legal right to appeal your case and possibly get a new trial or overturn the conviction.
Our Westchester County criminal defense attorneys will do everything in their power to help you with your post-conviction matter. Some of the aspects our firm can help with include:
- Reviewing the case for legal errors including mishandling of evidence or tainted juries.
- Pouring through the case to find other loopholes.
- Applying for an appeal for a retrial.
- Defending you in your post-conviction retrial.
- Expunging your criminal record, if possible.
Committed to Justice
If you are innocent or were convicted of a crime that was more serious than the crime that was committed, our Westchester County criminal defense lawyers knows how overwhelmed you must feel. With over 50 years of combined experience, they have dedicated their careers to helping defend people like you against criminal charges. Our attorneys know the ins and outs of how the legal system works, and may be able to help. No matter what, they will stand with you until the end.
The best part about having a former prosecutor on your side is that they know exactly how the other side thinks and the steps that they took to reach your conviction. This will allow us to retrace the prosecutor's steps and ensure that you were treated fairly. If you were not, Riebling & Payton, PLLC is well-versed in the appeals process.
It is never too late to talk to a lawyer about your case. Call our office at (914) 712-6878 for a free consultation to discuss your legal options.