When you’re convicted of a crime, the legal journey may not always end with the verdict. The criminal justice system allows for a criminal appeal, allowing individuals to challenge their convictions or sentences. In Tampa, Florida, the appellate process provides a means for those who believe errors occurred during their trial to seek a review and potential remedy. Carlson, Meissner & Hayslett is here to help guide you through the process.
Experienced Criminal Appeals Lawyers in Tampa
At Carlson Meissner & Hayslett, we take pride in our exceptional legal services that go above and beyond the norm. Our law firm, located on the west coast of Florida, stands out as the only one with a specialized appellate section that caters to our esteemed clients. Our services extend to all courts in Florida, making us unique in the industry.
We firmly believe that the appeals process requires an exclusive focus, and that's why we offer a dedicated appellate lawyer, Thomas McLaughlin, to our clients. Mr. McLaughlin has a rich background as an appellate staff attorney for the Sixth Judicial Circuit and extensive experience writing appeals for circuit court judges in Pinellas County, making him an expert in the field.
What sets us apart is the collective strength of our team. Our criminal appeals attorneys in Tampa have an in-depth understanding of Florida's criminal justice system, ensuring that every aspect of your case is handled with precision, dedication, and a commitment to justice. If you feel that your case was mishandled or your rights were violated, having a team of specialists behind you is crucial.
At Carlson Meissner Hayslett, we don't just offer a lawyer; we offer a team of specialists dedicated to every aspect of your legal journey. We're committed to guiding and defending you, ensuring that this challenging phase in your life transforms into an opportunity for justice and vindication. To schedule a comprehensive consultation, contact us today at 813-473-6132 or reach out online and let our dedicated appellate section make a difference in your appeal.