At the Law Offices of Robert B. Muchinsky, LLC, we have successfully reduced the sentences of those convicted of crimes who were incarcerated in Connecticut. An application may be made to the courts to modify the sentence of those convicted of a crime. In order for a motion to proceed to modify one’s sentence, there must be a reason to modify the sentence imposed by the court. If the sentence is more than 3 years the permission of the State’s Attorney is needed to get into court.
Dedicated Assistance With Sentence Modification
We will investigate the circumstances of the sentencing procedure as well as all the relevant documents that could provide a reason to support a modification of an imposed sentence. These documents include, among others, the transcript of the sentencing proceeding, the presentence investigation report, other court documents, school records and medical records, including any psychological assessments.
If a reason to modify a sentence is found through the investigative process, the state’s attorney who prosecuted the case must agree with and endorse the motion in order for it to proceed to the judge who originally imposed the sentence. At that time, the judge may – after a hearing and for good cause shown – reduce the sentence, order the defendant discharged or order the defendant on probation.
When New Evidence Arises After Your Trial
A person convicted of a crime after a trial may be entitled to a new trial should new evidence be found that, if it had been available at the time of the trial, could have had a substantial effect on the outcome of the trial.
Contact A Sentence Modification Lawyer
If you have been convicted of a crime, don’t give up hope; contact the Law Offices of Robert B. Muchinsky, LLC. To set up a consultation, call 866-587-9294 or fill out our online contact form. We are ready to take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.