Let Our Rhode Island Criminal Lawyers Help

In today’s judicial system, it is common for someone accused of committing a crime to enter into a plea agreement without knowing the consequences of their decision. With the potential to impact your career, family life, and immigration status, accepting a plea agreement should be a carefully thought out and well informed decision.

Unfortunately, this is not always the case and people inadvertently accept a plea that impacts their way of life. In some instances, these individuals may qualify for post-conviction relief. Our Rhode Island criminal defense lawyers can help you determine what result is most ideal for your case and fight to obtain that resolution.

When you call on us, you get the following:

  • Reliable and aggressive representation
  • Experienced counsel and support
  • Personalized legal services
  • Honest advice and creative solutions

If you believe that post-conviction relief may be possible for your legal situation, do not hesitate to contact our firm today at (401) 245-5100.

Am I Eligible for Post-Conviction Relief?

Post-conviction relief provides individuals with the opportunity to vacate a criminal conviction or modify a criminal sentence. This remedy is often available in situations where the accused did not fully understand the charges against them and the consequences of entering into a plea agreement.

Before submitting an application for post-conviction relief, an experienced attorney should review all relevant court transcripts, recordings, and files to determine whether you are eligible for this remedy. This process includes the preparation of a legal memorandum in support of the application, which could potentially result in a hearing before a judge.

Contact Dedicated Post-Conviction Relief Lawyers for Support

Facing deportation because your lawyer failed to warn you about the immigration consequences of your plea or you believe that your counsel was ineffective? Our criminal defense attorneys have the experience to handle your case.

To determine if you are eligible for post-conviction relief, call our dedicated legal team today to request your consultation or fill out a case evaluation.