Writs of Habeas Corpus
Have you been convicted or sentenced for an offense that should be overturned? Did you plead guilty to an offense involuntarily or without knowledge of vital information? Has your conviction affected your immigration status unexpectedly? Loper Law has the post-conviction experience you need.
Loper Law can file an application for a writ of habeas corpus, asking a court to overturn a conviction based on a violation of rights the convicted citizen was entitled to. The law does not place a deadline for filing a writ of habeas corpus, however, such an application should be pursued without delay.
Citizens are entitled to the effective assistance of counsel while defending themselves against criminal charges. If you did not receive effective assistance during your criminal, you may be entitled to relief. If new evidence demonstrating your innocence has developed since the time of your conviction or plea of guilty, you may be entitled to relief. If you entered a plea of guilty to a criminal offense involuntarily, you may be entitled to relief. Call us for a free consultation to discuss your case.