AfterTheTrial.com... Because There’s Hope After the Trial
Have you or a loved one been wrongfully convicted of a crime? Are you scared and worried about what the future holds? Do you want to continue the fight for justice, but don’t know where to begin?
My name is J.D. Lloyd and I help folks convicted of crimes continue the fight for justice after the trial.
Hope is not lost after you have been convicted of a crime. There are many ways for you to continue your fight for justice after the trial, whether it’s through filing a direct appeal or filing a post-conviction petition for relief once your appeals have run out. There are many options still left for you.
At AfterTheTrial.com, we make sure wrongful convictions are fought in every court possible. We will leave no stone unturned in trying to fight for your rights and your freedom.
Time is of the essence. Please set up an appointment today so we can get started on figuring out where things went wrong and how we can get justice for you or your loved one.Read More
-Appeals to the Court of Criminal Appeals
-Appeals to the Court of Civil Appeals
-Appeals to the Alabama Supreme Court
-United States Supreme Court Appeals
-Appeals to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
-Rule 32 petitions
-Petitions for a Writ of Habeas Corpus
-28 U.S.C. § 2254 petitions
-28 U.S.C. § 2255 petitions
-28 U.S.C. § 2241 petitions
-Sentence Reconsideration PetitionsRead More
Prior Bad Acts and Rule 404(b) – The trial court better limit how the jury considers the defendant’s past.