Once your case in court is over and you have been convicted of a crime, you shouldn’t just stop fighting the charges that have been bought against you. You still have time to seek help and get some relief from your sentence. After you have already lost a case, you may not know what steps to take to go on to form an appeal or ask for a reduction in sentence.
A good place to start is by going back to the attorney that you may have used for your trial. You can also get a legal research case evaluation done by a completely different company. This evaluation will look at your case individually and determine which motions you might be able to raise to work on pursuing some relief when it comes to your sentence.