I took the stand and confessed my guilt for all that i was guilty of....my att asked me the questions that made me confess to all that i was being charged with except for one thing.. dui of marijuana? PLEASE i really need to know for sure that i can appeal this conviction on the grounds of malpractice? is this possibly a mistrial? What happens next? can the judge deny my appeal? THis little trial happened a week and a half ago and sentensing is wednesday. is that the day and time to appeal? before the sentense comes down? Yes i was convicted of everything and then some. What do you mean when you say a higher court wont reevaluate this case trial went through district court are you saying it wont be brought to superior court? you say "they leave thatin the court where the case was heard" I dont think that court will be fair to me and WHAT will they be deciding that they made MISTAKES OF THE LAW? ERRORS Of the JUDGES RULINGS and fundi fairness to me? The COURT is the JUDGE right? I know that if i appeal its gonna piss them/him OFF! How does that work? please does the court/judge accept appeal then later go thru and decide if i can appeal?should i have an appeal atty.in there looking to see reason for appeal?do you think thats a fundanmentally fair trial for a person if they were malpracticed by their public pretender? Isnt it called incompetencey?Malpractise for doctors?or lawyrrs too? can the court/judge deny a appeal or should i just get the appeal lawyer before court wed.?PLEASE Answer all the questios best of you ability..i just need to know what you think will happen to me?
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