After a conviction at trial, a criminal defendant has the right to appeal. An appeal asks the court of appeal to review the rulings of the trial court. In the court of appeal, three justices will decide whether the trial judge made erroneous rulings, whether there was a constitutional violation, or whether there were any procedural errors. If the court of appeal reverses and remands the case the defendant will get another shot at a trial, or another shot at a plea deal. Oakland criminal appeals attorney David Reagan has successfully represented clients on appeal and on petition for writ of habeas corpus in both state and federal court. He fights to make sure the Constitution is upheld and justice is done. Contact our office today for a free consultation.
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Oakland criminal defense attorney David Reagan uses his passion for social justice to overturn wrongful convictions, fight serious charges at trial, and clean all types of criminal records in the Bay Area.
"Mr. Reagan handled my court isuses in such a professional manner and had his briefs prepared so well that the Judge in Superior Court of Alameda County gave him kudos in "open court " That was the first time I have ever seen or heard of that happening. It made me very proud to be his client." -J.
Law Office of David Reagan
725 Washington Street, Suite 200
Oakland, CA 94607
Phone (510) 506-9061
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Additional office located at:
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San Jose, CA 95112
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