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After a nonjury trial, the court may, on motion for a new trial, vacate the judgment if one has been entered, take additional testimony, amend findings of fact and conclusions of law or make new ones, and direct the entry of a new judgment.
How long do you have to appeal a conviction? Time limits vary. Any application for leave to appeal against conviction or sentence to the Court of Appeal Criminal Division should be lodged within 28 days of the relevant decision.
Habeas corpus is a judicial mandate to a prison official which orders that an inmate be brought to trial to determine whether the imprisonment is lawful and if it should continue. Typically, an inmate will argue that his imprisonment is unconstitutional.
The most common types of post-conviction relief motions are: Motion for New Trial. Motion to Vacate Judgment. Motion to Set Aside Judgment.
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In Arizona, there are many situations in which convictions can not be appealed. The most common case is when the defendant is convicted as the result of a plea agreement. One of the hallmarks of the plea agreement is that the defendant waives his or her right to appeal.
The National Post-Conviction Project is dedicated to assisting the incarcerated with meaningful reviews of their convictions and to provide equal access to the courts in addressing any potentially meritorious claims for post-conviction relief.
A victim, or a family member of a person who has died, does not have a right of appeal against a sentence imposed. If you think a sentence imposed is too lenient, you can contact the Director of Public Prosecutions about your concerns.
POSTCONVICTION RELIEF: a remedy the defendant may seek after a criminal conviction, attempting to reduce a sentence or reverse a lower courts decision; includes postconviction motions filed in the circuit court or appeals filed in the Court of Appeals.
Post-conviction dilemma Under Section 357 of the Code, if the judgement is that of the conviction then the Court can order the accused to pay compensation over and above the sentence of fine or imprisonment that is awarded to him. The Court can, ask the offender, to pay compensation.

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