Indiana Post Conviction Relief Lawyers

Representation For Defendants Seeking Post Conviction Relief

Indiana Post Conviction Relief Attorneys

Representation For Defendants Seeking Post Conviction Relief


Sometimes after a case is closed, there remain questions about the validity of the legal processes and proceedings that lead to a conviction. The post conviction relief attorneys at the law firm of Boren, Oliver & Coffey, LLP are all seasoned trial attorneys that can spot potential shortcomings in legal representation. As such, our firm can provide you with the guidance and counsel needed if you are interested in pursuing a petition for post conviction relief.

When you contact us, you'll get:

  • Free no-commitment consultation
  • Straightforward assessment of your post conviction relief case
  • Trial-tested post conviction relief attorneys who fight for the best results
  • An entire team of experienced post conviction relief attorneys working on your case
  • Post conviction relief lawyers among Indiana's most trial experienced


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Post Conviction Relief Frequently Asked Questions

What is “post conviction relief?”
Similar to an appeal, petitions for post conviction relief are essentially requests for relief after a defendant has been sentenced. Most petitions for relief are based on a claim of ineffective assistance of counsel. An attorney can advise you on whether post conviction relief is the best avenue to pursue or if you may have more appropriate recourse. Either way, Boren, Oliver & Coffey are here for you.
If I have been convicted of a crime and wish to further challenge that conviction, how long do I have to file an appeal?
You have 30 days to file an appeal and pursue post conviction relief. Post conviction relief lawyers can help you navigate this process and represent your interests if you have a post conviction relief case.
What are common reasons for an attorney to motion for post conviction relief on a client’s behalf?
If your post conviction relief lawyers review your case and find evidence of ineffective assistance of counsel, juror bias, perjury, DNA exclusion of the criminal from the act, they will motion for post conviction relief.
How long does the post conviction relief process take?
The process for post conviction relief can take anywhere from a couple of months to several years. However, in most cases judges will require that the motion be responded to in sixty days. A post conviction relief attorney can guide you through the process and give you a better idea of how long things will take for your particular case.

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