"How Long is the Federal Criminal Appeals Process?" This is a question our office gets all the time, and it would be great if we could give a clear-cut answer; however, the short and sweet truth of the federal criminal appeals process is that it takes as long as it takes. Sometimes it can take […]
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The BOP recently released a 102-page book to describe the development and implementation of its new PATTERN risk and needs assessment tool.
The Supreme Court judgement under Rehaif says that a felon must have knowledge that they are unable to be in possession of a firearm. Why is the Rehaif Case Important? The Rehaif case may be significant because of its consequences. It is possible that there will now be a flood of litigation from defendants who will […]
A main misconception is that a federal criminal appeal is an opportunity to re-address or re-open the facts that were presented at trial.
Our office fields many questions about the topic of ineffective assistance of counsel. In this short blog, we will provide more clarity on this complex issue. So many more complexities exist beyond this outline. Please reach out and contact our office if you have questions about your specific case. 2255 Motions and Ineffective Assistance of […]