What are criminal appeals?
Criminal appeals exist in courts to review decisions of law and determine whether or not the law was accurately and impartially applied to the current case. Only negatively impacted parties may bring appeals. A criminal appeal in South Carolina is defined as a review by the Court of Appeals regarding what happened in the court below, to determine whether any mistakes occurred and, if so, whether the party who filed the appeal is entitled to have the decision of the court below reversed. Criminal appeals are very time sensitive and knowing the requirements will preventing losing the chance to appeal. You need an experienced attorney to ensure that all the specific requirements are met for your appeal. There are many specific rules and requirements for filing an appeal and if a step is neglected or forgotten the appeal is in jeopardy. For example, if the notice of appeal is not timely filed or the filing fee is not paid in full, the appeal shall be dismissed and may not be reinstated minus a few exceptions. Therefore, it is essential to your appeal process that you hire a competent appeals attorney as soon as possible to ensure your justice is served.
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If you are in need of an experienced appeals attorney, do not waste a moment of your time and contact us immediately. Appeal cases are extremely time sensitive and complicated, the more time to act the better. Contact The Law Offices of Perry B. DeLoach, Jr., LLC today for a FREE LEGAL CONSULTATION. Call us today at (864) 520-1101 to discuss your case. If we cannot help you, we will make sure that we find another attorney that will.