If you are convicted of an offence you did not commit, it is a devastating experience for you and your family. You have the right to appeal a decision of the Magistrates’ Court and your appeal will be heard at the Crown Court. There is a time limit of 21 days in which you must submit your appeal to the Crown Court.
We can provide you with the necessary expertise to lodge your appeal within the time limit and then represent you during the appeal process.
Appeals can also be made to the Court of Appeal following a conviction at the Crown Court. This is a complicated process where certain grounds have to be established before you can submit your appeal. We can advise and represent you during this part of the appeal process, drawing on our years of experience in this area.