New Jersey Plea Agreement Attorneys
Do you feel that something went wrong with your criminal defense case? Did your lawyer provide ineffective representation? Did the prosecutor overstep their bounds? Did the judge make a mistake?
Post conviction relief is available. At the law firm of Bailey & Orozco, we will work hard to set things right. We have more than 30 years of experience in the criminal justice system, which means we know how the system works. We know how to make it work for you.
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Whether you entered a guilty plea based on a poor recommendation by your previous defense lawyer; your lawyer did not pursue the appropriate legal issues to protect you; your charges were far more serious than the crimes you committed; you were not able to speak the English language and no interpreter was provided to assist you; you were sentenced inappropriately; or, you feel any other mistake has been made with your case, our law firm can help.
We can and have helped people in Newark and throughout New Jersey with all types of post conviction relief. When you turn to us, we will walk you through your options. In most cases, the first option is a municipal appeal or a criminal appeal. Unfortunately, this step needs to be taken very soon after the judge sentences you.
If you missed this opportunity, your next option is to file a post conviction relief application. We will educate you about the process and the possible outcomes. We will stand by your side to see that your rights are protected this time.
Post Conviction Relief is Time Sensitive
While appeals must be filed within 45 days of sentencing, you have several years to file an application for post conviction relief. However, we recommend getting started as soon as possible. When you turn to us, you can be certain that we will get to work looking for opportunities to help you improve your situation. Some of the results of post conviction relief can include the withdrawal of the guilty plea, the reduction of charges, the reduction of the sentence and, in some cases, the complete dismissal of the case.