Overturning or vacating a conviction, or modifying a criminal sentence, is a complicated legal process. Our attorneys and legal researchers explain on what grounds these remedies may be possible and how the process works in Florida in these helpful library articles. We invite you to learn more about post-conviction relief here.
  • Page 1
  • Florida Post-Conviction Relief Lawyer You Can Trust You need an attorney you trust if you are filing for post-conviction relief based on ineffective assistance of counsel in Florida. Learn how to do that here.
  • Florida Post-Conviction Motions for DNA Testing DNA testing is possible after criminal sentencing in Florida. Learn if you may file a motion for DNA testing post-conviction and how these motions work.
  • Florida Post-Conviction Relief Based on New Evidence What happens if you discover new evidence after a criminal conviction in Florida? Find out how it may be relevant to your Motion to Vacate and your future.
  • Broward County Post-Conviction Attorney Motion to Vacate Conviction, Judgment & Sentence, Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.850 In most cases, a Motion to Vacate Conviction, Judgment & Sentence pursuant to Florida Rule of Criminal Procedure 3.850 must be filed prior to the expiration of two years after a judgment becomes final. Typical grounds for seeking 3.850 relief include ineffective...