If you have been sebtenced in a Victorian court, there is generally a right of appeal against that conviction. An appeal from the Magistrates’ Court can proceed to the County Court, or the matter can be reviewed by a Supreme Court Judge. Appeals against conviction from the County Court and Supreme Court are heard in the Victorian Court of Appeal. Strict time limits apply for lodgement of documents.
Appeals against sentence are matters involving particular technicality and skill, and your interests are best representing by engaging an appeal lawyer with considerable experience specifically involving criminal appeals to represent you. Our firm has particular expertise in this area. Contact us now if you require any advice as to your conviction appeal.