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What Are My Chances Of Winning A Federal Criminal Appeal?

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Trusted Federal Crime Offense Appeals Attorneys Dr. Nick Oberheiden Attorney-at-Law If you have been convicted of a federal crime, an important consideration in determining whether you should file and pursue an appeal in a federal court of appeals is the likelihood of success of such a filing.  Of course, your freedom, reputation, and financial security are…

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What Are The Steps In A Federal Criminal Appeal?

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Dr. Nick Oberheiden Attorney-at-Law Criminal  Defense Attorneys Assisting with the Federal Criminal Appeals Process If you have been convicted of a federal offense, you probably have many questions about your options to appeal or otherwise overturn the finding of the trial judge or jury. Most importantly, don’t be discouraged. The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure…

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Request for New Trial: Rule 33 Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure

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Federal Fraud Defense Lawyers who Understand Criminal Procedure Dr. Nick Oberheiden Attorney-at-Law When Can a Court Overturn the Jury? When a criminal trial contains a series of factual and legal errors such that the defendant’s constitutional right to a fair trial has been violated, a court has the authority to overturn the jury’s verdict and…

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Appealing a Pre-Trial Detention Order (Bond)

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Federal Pre-Trial Release Detention Order Attorneys - Oberheiden & McMurrey, LLP

Dr. Nick Oberheiden, Esq. Criminal Defense Attorney Direct: (214) 469-9009 Overview. Shortly after the arrest, at the initial appearance hearing, a U.S. magistrate judge decides whether or not a person accused of a federal crime will be released pending the resolution of the case (“bond”) or whether that person will remain in custody (“pre-trial detention”)….

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