San Jose, CA asked in Domestic Violence, Criminal Law, Divorce and Civil Rights for California

Q: I want to know what I need to do when I have been wrongfully convicted of domestic violence,& want it overturned/reverse

I have wife who has & is still lying saying that I've done horrible things to her, where when I have literally done not even one single thing to her at all & I feel all the way helpless with the despair of not be able to defend myself from such a terrible unthinkable & most terrifying way to live/dangerous/place to end up(prison) I'm afraid, time is of the essence please help!

1 Lawyer Answer
Joseph Abrams
Joseph Abrams
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Anaheim, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: If you have been "wrongly convicted" I have to assume you had a trial or the opportunity to reach a plea deal. As such, you should ask your attorney in the case what your appeal options are, or otherwise consult with an experienced criminal appellate attorney.

- Law Office of Joseph Abrams, Anaheim, CA

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