Most criminal defense lawyers only have experience handling cases in trial courts. These “trial” lawyers do not devote their time to studying appellate court opinions, the rules of appellate procedure, the process of practicing in the courts of appeals, or being an appellate advocate. Texas/Houston Criminal Appeal Attorney Steven J. Lieberman has devoted his 25 year career..
If the direct appeal of your conviction or sentence has not been successful, you may be able to seek a new trial by filing an application for a post-conviction writ of habeas corpus. A Texas writ is referred to as an 11.07, 11.071, 11.072, or 11.09 writ. A federal writ is known as a 2254 or 2255 writ.
Steven J. Lieberman has effectively represented clients in the parole review process. He serves and counsels clients and their families with the various aspects of the parole review process. Parole Attorney Steven J.Lieberman conducts a full investigation of the client’s background, including family, social, educational, and employment history.
Steven J. Lieberman has vast experience defending vice related criminal cases. For his entire career, Attorney Steven J. Lieberman has successfully defended individuals charged with public lewdness, prostitution, promotion of prostitution, sexually oriented business violations, gambling offenses….