Appeals in Criminal Cases

All about the nature and process of criminal appeals.

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In one sense, a criminal conviction signals the end of a case. But in another, it's just an interval in the criminal process. While it's generally tougher for defendants to win on appeal than at trial, the appellate process allows them to present challenges that, if successful, will undo convictions.

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