Climbing the Ladder to Justice
In California, quality DUI and criminal defense is imperative if you value your freedom and future; however, when a decision doesn’t land in your favor, an aggressive California appellate attorney who knows the local judges and state laws can make the difference between alternative sentences and prison time.
The attorneys at The Rosenfeld Law Firm have years of experience in successfully appealing matters that go before the California Appellate Court and United States Court of Appeals.
Writ of Habeas Corpus
One of the first steps in filing an appeal is a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus. A California appellate attorney from The Rosenfeld Law Firm can begin the appeals process by helping you file this petition. By evaluating every aspect of your legal matter, these talented California appellate lawyers will make a compelling argument for why you are entitled to relief. In the event that an evidentiary hearing is needed, counsel from The Rosenfeld Law Firm will be right by your side and support you throughout the entire process.
Even prisoners may file a Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus, which challenges Board of Parole hearing decisions, as well as conditions of their confinement. According to the California Penal Code, Section 1473-1508:
“Every person unlawfully imprisoned or restrained of his liberty, under any pretense whatever, may prosecute a writ of habeas corpus, to inquire into the cause of such imprisonment or restraint.“
Appealing Parole Decisions
The California federal criminal defense attorneys at The Rosenfeld Law Firm have the experience and expertise to successfully overcome decisions made by the Board of Parole, securing releases for prisoners who deserve to be given a second chance. You have a right to challenge Board of Parole decisions through the courts; allow The Rosenfeld Law Firm to exercise this right on your behalf. Learn more about California prison law attorney services.
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Along with legal advice, The Rosenfeld Law Firm in Sacramento, California, offers experience and representation in other pertinent areas of practice including prison law, mental health law, appellate law, and federal criminal defense.