If you or a loved one has been convicted in either state or federal court, there are still potential ways to challenge that conviction and/or the sentence. The attorneys at Strickland Webster have significant experience with post-conviction relief. As a result, we have created a Guide for Federal Post-Conviction Relief, which is intended to help federal prisoners or their loved ones identify potential options for challenging their convictions or sentences.
Please contact us if you are interested in an initial screening to determine if there are ways to challenge your conviction and/or sentence. As part of this initial screening, we will review the entire case record and any additional documentation that you have in order to determine if you have a viable claim. We charge a small fee for this service.
Federal prisoners convicted of drug offenses may be eligible to have their sentences reduced under a recent change in the law, Amendment 782 to the Sentencing Guidelines. The attorneys at Strickland Webster can help you file the necessary paperwork. If your motion has been denied, we can help you challenge that denial.