Being convicted of a crime in Arizona can be an incredibly stressful and scary experience. However, a conviction is not the end of your fight.
Those convicted of crimes in Arizona have the right to appeal their sentence, and it is also possible to apply for a post-conviction relief (PCR) under a Rule 32 Petition. At the Younglove Law Firm, our Phoenix appeals attorney is ready to get to work helping you through this today.
When you are working on an appeal or a post-conviction relief of your sentence, you need to turn to help from a trusted Phoenix criminal defense attorney. Let the Younglove Law Firm get to work on your case today.
Appeals of criminal convictions and attempts to gain post-conviction relief can be incredibly complicated processes, and you need assistance from an attorney to get through this. A Phoenix appeals and Rule 32 attorney can use their resources to:
In order to begin a Rule 32 Petition for Post-Conviction Relief (PCR), a person must file the PCR notice within 90 days of their sentencing. The grounds for pursuing a Rule 32 petition include the following:
Appeals of sentences in Arizona court must be filed within 30 days of the date the judgment is rendered.
If you or somebody you love has been sentenced with a crime in Arizona, you may need to appeal your sentence or apply for post-conviction relief. At the Younglove Law Firm, our team is familiar with the appeals processes, and we also know what it takes to properly petition for post-conviction relief. Let our Phoenix appeals attorney get to work on your behalf today. You can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.