An Experienced Federal Criminal And Civil Appeals Lawyer
Errors of law or fact by the district court are grounds for submitting a federal appeal. If an error of procedure or resulted in a person’s being convicted, he or she can request an appeal. The Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices advises and represents clients convicted due to improper jury instructions, a misapplied legal principle on the part of the trial judge, evidence tampering, perjury, and other factors that resulted in an unfair trial. Mr. Einhorn is also experienced in filing 2255 or Habeas motions where required, and has a successful track record on Motions for Compassionate Release.
Federal criminal appellate lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn, practicing from offices in New Haven, Connecticut, files about 6 to 10 criminal appeals each year. Mr. Einhorn argues federal criminal appeals arising from cases he has tried as well as from cases that other counsel has tried. He takes appeals before the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
If you believe you were convicted due to errors during your trial, contact federal appeals lawyer Jonathan J. Einhorn today.
Grounds For A Federal Appeal
The Jonathan J. Einhorn Law Offices represents clients with federal appeals involving the following:
- Adequate jury instructions
- Violations of discovery rules
- Improper admission of expert testimony
- Illegal searches and seizures
- Improperly obtained confessions
- Conflict of interest on the part of the presiding judge
- New DNA or forensic evidence that exonerates the convicted
- Jury tampering
- Improperly handled evidence
- Allowing prejudiced testimony
Understanding The Judicial System
Mr. Einhorn is an active litigator who tries in excess of 6 jury trials per year before the U.S. District Court in Connecticut. His in-depth familiarity with trial proceedings (filing, hearings) makes him well-suited to handle appeals when the success of those appeals hinges on procedural knowledge of the courts. Attorney Einhorn is keenly aware of when a legal error qualifies a case for a federal criminal appeal. His well-honed argumentation skills enable him to present compelling appeals on behalf of his own or other attorneys’ clients.