Able Assistance For Those Wrongfully Convicted

Over the past 30 years, DNA evidence has revealed a much deeper problem than had ever been thought to exist, uncovering hundreds of cases in which individuals have spent years in prison — and in some instances executed — for crimes they did not commit.

Wrongfully convicted persons require compensation, not just for lost wages and the pain and suffering endured while incarcerated, but also for the substantial obstacles they face when they attempt to re-enter and regain their life after prison.

From the offices of Sivin & Miller, LLP, attorneys Edward Sivin and Glenn D. Miller have advocated on behalf of victims of wrongful convictions and other civil rights violations for a combined total of nearly 60 years.

What Wrongful Conviction Means

In order to file a wrongful conviction lawsuit, a person has to have been incarcerated and has to have been proven innocent of the charges. A reversal because of a judicial error or some other technicality is not sufficient.

If you have been wrongfully convicted, you need a law firm on your side with a proven track record of achieving successful outcomes with wrongful conviction claims. Our lawyers pursue all avenues to uncover new evidence or errors at your trial that can help lead to a reversal of your conviction.

Brooklyn False Charges Attorneys

If you have questions for New York wrongful convictions attorneys, call 646-561-9150 or email us to schedule an appointment. We return all calls within 24 hours, and usually much sooner. When necessary, we will meet with you in the evening or on a weekend in a jail or prison if you are still being held by authorities.