After an arrest, you may feel confused, distressed or even embarrassed. The prospect of navigating the criminal justice system on your own may seem like an uphill battle, with high stakes from potential jail time to a criminal record that could follow you for the rest of your life.
Rowdy G. Williams Law Firm in Terre Haute will aggressively fight for your interests. Rowdy Williams is a former Deputy Prosecutor for Vigo County so he has insight and experience to be better able to protect you. We have many crime and defense lawyers who can help you today, be it a felony or a misdemeanor. Come have a free consultation as soon as possible, call us at: 812-232-7400.
Our criminal defense lawyers can manage many cases including:
- Drug Related Charges such as Possession of a Controlled Substance, Possession of Drugs, Possession of Marijuana, Possession of Heroin, Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Cocaine, Possession of Precursors, Manufacturing Methamphetamine, Dealing Drugs, Dealing Marijuana, Dealing Heroin, Dealing Methamphetamine, Dealing Cocaine, Dealing in Marijuana, Dealing in Heroin, Dealing in Methamphetamine, Dealing in Cocaine.
- Auto Theft, Receiving Stolen Auto Parts
- Invasion of Privacy, Stalking Fraud
- Misdemeanors: DUI, Trespassing, Public Intoxication, Conversion, Minor in Possession of Alcohol
- Felonies: Burglary, Theft, Robbery, Murder
- Sex and Violent Crimes: Rape, Child Molesting, Sexual Battery, Sex Crimes, Statutory Rape, Battery, Domestic Battery, Aggravated Battery, Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury, Battery Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury, Intimidation
When you are convicted of a crime, you have a constitutional right to appeal both your conviction and your sentence. There are other times when an appeal can be taken in a criminal case. A probationer may have the right to appeal the trial court’s determination that he or she violated probation. Even someone who pleads guilty to a crime may have the right to appeal his or her sentence in certain instances.
An appeal means that the Indiana Court of Appeals will look at your case and try to figure out if there were any errors that would mean reversing your conviction. The Court of Appeals determines whether there was an error in the trial of your case. There can be several reasons why a trial court may have erred in a criminal trial – there may have been a mistake in interpreting the law by the judge, there may be questions about witness testimony, there may be evidence which should not have been admitted or defense evidence that was kept out which should have been admitted.