In Michigan, you generally have 42 days from the judgment to file an appeal.
There are numerous reasons for an appeal from a guilty verdict in a criminal case, including what's called "legal error." Legal error may include:
Allowing inadmissible evidence during the criminal process, including evidence that was obtained in violation of your constitutional rights
Lack of sufficient evidence to support a verdict of guilty
Mistakes in the judge's instructions to the jury regarding your case
You may also appeal due to misconduct on behalf of the jurors, or if there is newly discovered evidence to exonerate you.
Criminal Appeal Attorney (313) 982-0010