Ensuring You Received A Fair Trial
A conviction at the trial court level is not necessarily the final decision. If you have been convicted, you have the right to appeal the decision on the grounds that an error at trial resulted in a prejudicial result against you.
At The Law Office of Massey McClusky Fuchs & Ballenger, our lawyers have extensive experience appealing decisions to the state appellate court. Whether we handled your original criminal defense case or someone else represented you at the trial court level, we will vigorously pursue all appeal paths for you.
Thorough Preparation Is Key
When you retain our services, a team of appellate lawyers will research your case and go over the details of your original trial, extract and brief relevant issues and argue on your behalf. We will set out all the issues we plan to raise in a motion for new trial. If the judge overrules the motion, we will then file a notice of appeal.
Our goal is to prove that you did not receive a fair trial, resulting in an unfair outcome. We will evaluate your case to determine the cause of the error, which might relate to constitutional issues, evidentiary rulings or an illegal sentence. Our appellate attorneys actively practice in the Court of Criminal Appeals and the Tennessee Supreme Court. We’ve had a first-degree murder conviction reversed and remanded, resulting in a significantly lower sentence imposed.
Attorneys Standing By Your Side
Do not let a conviction at the trial level be the end of the road. Fight the decision with the assistance of an experienced criminal appeals team. Contact us online or call us at 901-201-6747 (locally) to schedule a free consultation.
Our office is near the Austin Peay Highway in Memphis. Evening, weekend and off-site appointments are available upon request.
Spanish language services are available. We accept credit cards for your convenience.