A conviction is not your destiny. An attorney has to file your direct appeal 30 days after sentence has been imposed. Which means you have to hire someone immediately to file a direct appeal. Do not wait!!
How can Romy help?
Appeals: Direct Appeal
When should you file a direct appeal?
Direct appeals should be filed in the county in which you have been charged with a crime (Harris County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, Montgomery County, Galveston County or across Texas) within DAYS of the conviction.
When it comes to a direct appeal, it's important to be in touch with Romy Kaplan immediately. This cannot be stressed enough. If you would like to appeal your conviction, DO NOT WAIT.
A direct appeal must be filed within 30 days of your conviction. In order to ensure you have the best chance against the government, you'll want to give my office as much time as possible to investigate the claims.
When can you hire Romy B. Kaplan?
You can hire Romy B. Kaplan to file a direct appeal within 30 days of your conviction. However, the sooner you can be in touch with his team, the better.
You can also hire Romy to start working on the appeal BEFORE a conviction occurs. Romy can help your trial attorney prepare for trial and make sure, if you lose at trial, your rights are preserved for appeal in the future.
Why should you file a direct appeal?
Romy Kaplan helps clients accused of crimes in Houston (Harris County, Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, Montgomery County, Galveston County), the state of Texas and beyond.
Just because a Judge or a jury found you guilty does not mean your case is over. Romy Kaplan has successfully overturned convictions and guilty pleas and your case might be next. If you are unhappy with your conviction, do not hesitate to call Romy Kaplan to see how he can fix it and help you figure out what your best course of action should be.
Just because the Direct Appeal is over, doesn't meant your case has concluded. Romy can represent you a pursue a writ of habeas corpus.