Top Nashville Appeal and Post-Conviction Lawyers
Do you need a lawyer for an appeal or post-conviction hearing?
There are many things that can go wrong at trial. When that happens, don’t give up hope. There are actions you can take to give your case a second chance.
When you need advice about appealing your criminal conviction or sentence, you want to speak with an expert Tennessee appellate attorney who will review your case and explain your options.
Our skilled appellate lawyers will fight to protect your rights
At Raybin & Weissman, we have always emphasized criminal appeals as an essential aspect of our criminal defense services. With our extensive knowledge of both Tennessee and federal criminal law, we can identify specific reversible errors at any stage of your case. We work to demonstrate a ruling was contrary to established law, and show the mistake had a direct and prejudicial effect on your ability to present an effective defense.
Our experienced lawyers work to identify errors that may lead to a successful appeal, such as:
- Evidence that shouldn’t have been allowed at trial
- Evidence that was wrongly kept out of the trial
- Application of the wrong law to your case
- Attorneys taking inappropriate actions
- Instructions that may have confused the jurors
- Sentencing not appropriate for the crime
Esteemed Nashville appellate lawyer David L. Raybin heads our criminal appeals team. David has achieved favorable results for dozens of clients in the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals and the Tennessee Supreme Court. David is a noted lecturer on criminal appeals in Davidson County and has been twice honored by the Tennessee Bar Association for outstanding legal writing—perhaps the most indispensable skill for any appellate attorney.
We also provide legal representation for post-conviction issues
If you are charged for violating any condition of probation (e.g., failed drug tests, failure to complete community service, rearrested, etc.), you will be ordered to appear before the court. If the violation is sustained, then the court may order you to serve your entire sentence. If after being paroled, you are charged with failing to comply with any condition, you will be rearrested and jailed pending a review at a parole revocation hearing.
Our lawyers represent clients facing post-conviction issues, such as:
- Parole hearings
- Probation violations
- Parole violations
- Federal habeas corpus petitions based on ineffective assistance of counsel or other violations of constitutional rights
- Pardon applications
- Petitions for the restoration of gun rights
We represent clients facing a range of post-conviction problems. No matter what your situation or circumstances, our skilled lawyers will take a personal approach to your case. We will examine the evidence and present a strong defense in your case. We work tirelessly to resolve your legal issues so you can move on with your life.
If you or a loved one needs legal assistance with an appeal or post conviction issue, such as a parole or probation violation, contact the expert lawyers at the Nashville law firm of Raybin & Weissman for a consultation today.