August 1, 2007 By Wallin & Klarich

If you were sentenced to prison within the last few years, it is critical that you have your sentence reviewed by an experienced criminal defense law firm. Recently, the United States Supreme Court ruled that California’s sentencing laws for felony matters were unconstitutional.

The California legislature has rushed to try to change the law to prevent thousands of sentences from being reversed. Two new California Supreme Court decisions were just handed down within the last week. In many ways they “muddy the waters” even more.

To determine if you or your loved one’s case may qualify for reversal and a sentence reduction the individual facts of your case must be reviewed in detail. Only then can a determination be made as to whether these new Supreme Court rulings could lead to a reduction in the sentence you or your loved one is serving.

Feel free to contact our experienced felony criminal defense attorneys at Wallin and Klarich who have years of experience in felony sentencing matters. Call us 24/7 at 888-280-6839.

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