In Life, Mistakes Happen. Even During A Trial.
Nothing will ever go perfectly according to plan. In some instances, the way that it pans out will be completely different than how you had hoped. This is true even in criminal cases. Even with an aggressive lawyer on your side, there is a chance that your case will not go as well as you might expect. Just because it was unsuccessful the first time, however, does not mean that you should lose hope. The Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, sets itself apart through the following, and more:
- A Commitment to Excellence & Ethics
- Thousands of Successful Case Results
- 50+ Years of Collective Legal Experience
Learn more about your case by calling our firm at 888-4-ZEN-LAW for an initial case consultation.
When Should I File A Motion For A New Trial?
At the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, we understand the importance of appeals and are well-versed in the appellate process. Part of this includes filing motions for a new trial. In Texas, if you have reason to believe that an egregious error was made during the initial trial, you can file a motion to have the previous judgment thrown out so that a new trial can take place.
Errors that could call for the need for a motion for a new trial include:
- Errors that misled the jury
- Bribery that affected the judge
- Intentionally destroyed evidence
- Factors that cause the defendant to not have a fair, impartial trial
Speak With A Plano Appeals Lawyer Today!
If you believe that you have been subjected to an unfair, erroneous trial, it is important that you do not hesitate to take action. While you could be eligible to file a motion for a new trial, there is a narrow window in which you can do it. Therefore, it is extremely important that you move quickly. To file, you will need to file your motion within a mere 30 days of the sentencing of the original trial. You have absolutely no time to lose, so don’t waste another moment. Secure the legal assistance of a knowledgeable Plano criminal defense attorney at the Zendeh Del Law Firm, PLLC, today!
To receive the legal assistance you deserve in filing a motion for a new trial, contact a Plano appeals lawyer at the firm as soon as possible. We’re here to help you.