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Forever changing the landscape of federal sentencing in 2005, the U.S. Supreme Court decisions in Booker/Fanfan morphed the mandatory sentencing guidelines into advisory sentencing guidelines by ruling that the mandatory sentencing guidelines are unconstitutional.  In December of 2007, the U.S. Supreme Court released yet another remarkable decision in United States v. Gall that effectively  requires your sentencing judge to impose a sentence that is not greater than necessary in your individualized case by following the newly acceptable sentencing procedure set forth in United States v. Gall.  Finding the extent of what sets your case apart from other cases may entitle you to be re-sentenced, re-tried, or to have your conviction reversed.

State and Federal Post-Conviction Representation 
State and Federal post-conviction representation is a review process that checks the government's case. Post-conviction representation may be started before you have been sentenced and before your have filed your notice of appeal. You can challenge the government on appeal or possibly by post-conviction relief, if it is determined that a legal error has been made in your case; and, after a direct appeal by filing a habeas corpus petition for ineffective assistance of trial counsel. If your trial counsel did not properly preserve an issue for appeal on the record to give the trial court or the sentencing court an opportunity to correct the legal error, your legal remedies may be limited.
Extensive Appellate Experience in Protecting Clients' Rights and Interests
Attorney Hill is a bar member of the First Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court, who accepts cases in the federal districts of Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Puerto Rico. She has maintained law offices out of Boston, Massachusetts and San Juan, Puerto Rico. To protect your constitutional rights and liberty, you know that you need to have your case reviewed by an experienced, state and federal appellate lawyer like Attorney Hill. Attorney Hill has over ten years of criminal appellate experience.

Notable Federal Reporter Decisions:   660 F.3d 47 (1st Cir. 2011);  567 F.3d 39 (1st Cir. 2009); and,  529 F.3d 40 (1st Cir. 2008).

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If you were convicted in Massachusetts, Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, or Puerto Rico and would like to schedule an initial consultation with Attorney Hill, please call us at (617) 742-0457.