In the unfortunate event that you or a loved one is convicted of a crime, your fight does not end there. You still have the right to appeal to a higher court, to re-investigate your case for post-conviction review, and to prove your innocence. Not everything goes as it should at trial. Police and prosecutors sometimes hide evidence favorable to you, defense lawyers sometimes fail to interview or question all the witnesses, and sometimes, new witnesses who simply were not known or available at the time of your trial come forward. If you think one of these problems or anything else went wrong at your trial, please contact our office for thorough investigation of your case and presentation of your claims to a higher court or a post-conviction judge.
If you or someone you love has been convicted of a crime and want a thorough investigation of your case, contact an experienced criminal defense lawyer today. Geneva L. Penson has the experience necessary in order to successfully represent you or your loved one. Contact us today at (630) 844-6960 to schedule a free initial consultation.