Midland Federal & Criminal Appeals Attorneys
Protecting Your Rights & Freedom
If you suspect that you are being investigated for a federal crime, expect to be called before a grand jury, or have been questioned by government agents about suspicious activity, you need quality criminal defense representation in your corner—and you need it now.
At Eckman Bidwell, PLLC, we will do everything in our power to help you avoid these harsh consequences and put your legal crisis behind you. Victoria Eckman and Aaron Eckman know how to prepare, build, and present an effective case for you in negotiation and at trial. Eckman Bidwell, PLLC, also knows how to effectively present a case on appeal. Aaron Eckman has extensive experience writing appellate briefs that attack a conviction and sentence in federal and state appellate courts..
Backed by over 15 years of combined experience in the courtroom, the attorneys at Eckman Bidwell, PLLC have brought creativity and versatility to the defense of clients facing criminal charges in federal courts across Texas. Our accomplished federal and criminal appeals attorneys in Midland are prepared to assist you throughout the appeals process whether you face charges for bank fraud, a federal drug crime, tax evasion, or another federal or criminal offense.
Relentless & Uncompromising in the Pursuit of Justice
A conviction for any crime can lead to harsh consequences—the commission of a federal or other crime can put you behind bars for years, ruin your personal reputation, and endanger your professional career. You can be subject to substantial fines, classification as a felon, and strict parole conditions upon your release. Do not accept these consequences. Instead, fight them with the experienced attorneys at Eckman Bidwell, PLLC.
Expect aggressive advocacy and maximum availability when we protect your rights by appealing criminal charges such as:
- Bank, mail, wire, health care, securities, mortgage, and computer fraud
- Drug charges
- Felonies and misdemeanors
- Immigration law violations
- Probation violation
- Tax evasion
- Violent crimes
- White-collar crimes and fraud
- And more
Appealing a Federal or Criminal Offense
Upon receiving a federal or criminal conviction, the defendant has a brief window of time to file an appeal with the court, which can be done with the help of an experienced appellate attorney. By getting in touch with Eckman Law Firm, you can be assured that we will act swiftly to build your appeal by thoroughly reviewing your case and getting to know you and your needs so we can best fight back. We will review your trial, evidence, and the proceedings while crafting a personalized and effective defense for your case. If we are able to find any errors or oversights in your trial, evidence, arrest, or another aspect of your case, we will likely be able to assist you in filing an appeal.
Our Midland federal and criminal appeals lawyers will investigate to determine whether:
- Any evidence that should have been included in the trial was missing.
- Errors were made in the collection of evidence.
- Evidence was presented in an unclear or confusing manner.
- Misconduct occurred during the trial.
- Your rights were violated at any point during the investigation and trial.
- Your sentence is too harsh in relation to the crime that was allegedly committed.
We're on Your Side
Cases heard in federal court are typically more complex than state criminal trials, which can present their own hurdles. Both types of trials ideally require the participation of thoroughly prepared, experienced defense attorneys who understand both state and federal sentencing guidelines and how to safeguard a client's interests. If you believe that your trial could have produced a better result than what you received, you may be able to appeal your conviction. Get in touch with our firm as soon as possible to learn more.
“He is professional and shows compassion. He’s the BEST attorney in midland.”- Tanisha
“My wife was incarcerated without bail no arraignment and was told she had to wait for district court. As soon as we got Aaron on her case he got her a court date and got her out on bond all this in less than 3 weeks.”- Cruz
“On the day of our court she was and absolute lioness. Her work was superior and she knows her job and does it very well.”- Andre H.
Burglary of a Habitation (2nd Degree Felony) Case Dismissed
2nd Degree Felony Robbery Case Dismissed
3rd Degree Felony Theft Case Dismissed
Unauthorized Use of Motor Vehicle Case Dismissed day of Trial
2nd Degree Felony Assault Felony Case Dismissed
Possession of Cocaine Less than 1 Gram Pretrial Intervention
Prostitution Pretrial Diversion
Prostitution Expunction Granted and Record Sealed
Public Intoxication Motion for New Trial Granted
Possession of Controlled Substance Pretrial Diversion