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What is the Time Limit on Federal Criminal Appeals?

In federal court, defendants only have a very limited amount of time to appeal their convictions and sentences. If a defendant's Notice of Appeal is even a day late, this can result in complete loss of the defendant's federal appellate rights. The road to a guilty verdict in federal district...

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Bond Pending Appeal in Federal Criminal Cases

Call the Federal Attorneys at Oberheiden, P.C. Today to Discuss Your Appeal and How to Introduce New Hope into Your Case No one wants to go to prison and no one should go to prison unjustly and unfairly. Bond pending appeals are often the last straw a convicted defendant can...

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Understanding Post-Conviction Acquittals: Rule 29 Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Dr. Nick OberheidenAttorney-at-Law Federal Criminal Defense Attorneys Discuss Rule 29 and Post-Conviction Acquittals The law recognizes that trial outcomes are sometimes simply not fair and need to be undone. In addition to the better-known appeals process, federal law provides important additional remedies that are designed to acquit a defendant or...

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Request for New Trial: Rule 33 Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

Federal Fraud Defense Lawyers who Understand Criminal Procedure Dr. Nick OberheidenAtorney-at-Law When Can a Court Overturn the Jury? When a criminal trial contains a series of factual and legal errors such that the defendant’s constitutional right to a fair trial has been violated, a court has the authority to overturn...

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Appealing a Pre-Trial Detention Order (Bond)

Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq.Criminal Defense AttorneyDirect: 888-680-1745 Overview At the initial appearance hearing shortly after an arrest, a U.S. magistrate judge decides whether or not a person accused of a federal crime will be released pending the resolution of the case (“bond”) or whether that person will remain in custody...

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