Barhoma Law, P.C., is a California Criminal Appeals and Los Angeles Corporate firm. We are consistently featured as Criminal Appeals in California according to multiple agencies, such as American Association of Attorney Advocates, Justia, Esquire’d, Avvo, and more.
As post-conviction lawyers, we represent those wrongfully convicted in:
Direct appeals are among the strongest and best legal maneuvers post-conviction. First, Barhoma Law looks to determine whether you filed your Notice of Appeal timely. Failure to timely file a notice of appeal will result in an automatic loss of your appeal. Then, Barhoma Law orders and prepares the record. From there, we extensively go through the record and draft and file your opening brief. The prosecutor will have an opportunity to file their response. Once Barhoma Law receives the prosecutor’s brief, we then extensively review it, draft and file a reply brief. And then we prepare for oral arguments in the court of appeals. This process takes skill and tedious attention to detail. You can seek many great arguments on appeal to overturn your conviction, including the ineffective assistance of counsel, actual innocence, jury tampering issues, prosecutorial misconduct, and many more described in detail here.
A Writ of Habeas Corpus is a Latin term which stands for “production of the body.” We represent defendants in bringing their Writ of Habeas Corpus if they are unjustly or wrongfully detained or incarcerated. This gives you a legal means to challenge the legal basis of your imprisonment, the duration and length of your imprison, or even the manner in which you are imprisoned.
We take full advantage of the fact that on Writ of Habeas Corpus, you are allowed to introduce new and additional evidence, which is among one of the most enticing items about the Writ of Habeas Corpus. With the ability to track down new evidence, new testimony, or even ineffective assistance of counsel argument, you can overturn your conviction using the Writ of Habeas Corpus. Consult with a Barhoma Law lawyer to determine your likelihood of success and whether you are eligible to bring a California or Federal Writ of Habeas Corpus.California Criminal Appeals: Reduce Your Sentence (SB 1437, AB 2942, 1170(d)(1), and Commutation of Sentence)
Alternatively, at Barhoma Law, we review your record extensively to determine the best likelihood of success to reduce your sentence. We do this in a number of ways:
Barhoma Law has a strong reputation for success. Below is a brief highlight of recent notable successes:
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If you are seeking a California Criminal Appeals attorney, contact Barhoma Law today. You can call us for a free consultation at (213) 800-7664.