Appeals, Vacations & Restoration of Rights
At Stein, Lotzkar & Starr, P.S., we offer a wide range of post-conviction legal services. Our Bellevue criminal defense attorneys are experienced at navigating the appellate court process.
Post-conviction relief may include:
- Review and Writs
- Vacations of Criminal Convictions
- Deletion of non-conviction data
APPEALS WRITS AND REVIEW
After a civil or criminal trial you will have a right to appeal. There is a time limit in which you must file that appeal. So, it is important to contact an attorney right away.
In administrative cases involving professional commercial or personal licensing or property rights, you may also have a right to review. The right to review is different for each case. You may have a case with only seven ( 7) days to request review. Some cases require a special process called a Writ of Review. They are filed in superior court when the administrative agency or the lower court has left you with no other method of obtaining review.
In all of these cases it is extremely important to speak with an attorney right away! These cases are time sensitive and you need to let us know that you have a potential appeal so that we can try to get you in to speak to an attorney right away!
Seek the Help of an Experienced Appeals Lawyer
In order to win an appeal or any type of review, it is important that you have a lawyer that has handled these kinds of cases on your side. At our firm, we have 100 years of combined experience in the field. Out of the thousands of cases we have handled quite a number have been appellate or review filings.
Call, make an appointment and tell us that you have an appeal case. 425 576 0026
Vacations, Record Removal and Restoration of Rights
If you have had an arrest, charge or conviction, we may be able to help you remove that history from your public record. The rules are usually clear and one of our attorneys can meet with you and discuss whether there is a procedure that will work for your situation. In addition once there has been a conviction or an order preventing you from going on or near a person, an address or from owning or being in possession of firearm you must get a court order to restore your rights. These cases can be tricky. We are here to help you.