After you have already been sentenced for a crime you still have a very good chance of ending up with a lower sentence or even being proved not guilty after all during an appeal process. Since everyone who is convicted of a crime has the right to at least one appeal, you don’t have to worry about your appeal never being heard. When you do make an appeal however, you want it to be complete.
Before you really begin the process of building an appeal case for the government, it is very important that you have someone research your case. Having legal research case evaluation done by the NLPA has resulted in many clients getting reduced sentences. In some cases, these clients were able to reduce their sentence by over 15 years.