DKW Law Offices
DKW Law Offices
Daniel K. Whitehead, Attorney at Law
CONTACT US AT:
Daniel Whitehead Law Offices
1003 Meridian Street
Anderson, IN 46016
 
Phone: 765.622.9768
Email: whitehead_law@sbcglobal.net
Copyright 2018 - Daniel K. Whitehead Law Offices
Site Design by
Randy Drennen
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Appeals:
You MUST act quickly to file an appeal with the Indiana Court of Appeals.  Waiting too long
can prevent you from protecting your rights to having your wrongful conviction overturned.
 Because the time needed to prepare and file an appeal is intensive, waiting for the last
moment to decide who will handle the appeal may be detrimental to your case.  Daniel
Whitehead understands the importance of filing a timely appeal and having wrongful
convictions overturned.   If you feel like your case was not handled correctly, that you had
ineffective counsel, that evidence was submitted improperly, or that you have been wrongfully
convicted, get in touch with the office as soon as possible so we may begin to protect your
rights and your future.  You do not need to be from Anderson Indiana to hire Daniel Whitehead
Law Offices either.  Dan and Chris help indviduals from all over the state.  Whether you are in
the comfort of your own home, on house arrest, or at the Pendleton Reformatory Prison, you can rest assure that you do not need
to come into the office to begin the appellate process.
You MUST act quickly to file an appeal with the Indiana Court of Appeals.  Waiting too long
can prevent you from protecting your rights to having your wrongful conviction overturned.
 Because the time needed to prepare and file an appeal is intensive, waiting for the last
moment to decide who will handle the appeal may be detrimental to your case.  Daniel
Whitehead understands the importance of filing a timely appeal and having wrongful
convictions overturned.   If you feel like your case was not handled correctly, that you had
ineffective counsel, that evidence was submitted improperly, or that you have been wrongfully
convicted, get in touch with the office as soon as possible so we may begin to protect your
rights and your future.  You do not need to be from Anderson Indiana to hire Daniel Whitehead
Law Offices either.  Dan and Chris help indviduals from all over the state.  Whether you are in
the comfort of your own home, on house arrest, or at the Pendleton Reformatory Prison, you can rest assure that you do not need
to come into the office to begin the appellate process.
Post Conviction Relief  (also known as a PCR) is a special
process used in Indiana that is similar to the appellate
process but allows a person who has been convicted to
challenge their conviction before the Indiana Court of Appeals
and the Indiana Supreme Court.  Typically a PCR is not
done until your appellate remedies have been consumed but
it is not always necessary.  Recently in the news in Fishers,
Indiana, Charlie White, convicted of voter fraud among other
things, filed for Post Conviction Relief on March 15, 2013,
when the Indiana Court of Appeals granted his Emergency
Petition to Stay Direct Appeal.   This allowed Charlie White
to by pass the appellate process and use PCR rules instead.
 When we have had an opportunity to review your case, we
will pour over the facts of your case, look for errors in
procedure and errors in law, and be able to advise you of
your options in Court.
Other ways that Post Conviction Relief is different than an
appeal start in that a PCR is first filed in the original trial
court. Unlike an appeal, a PCR gives the convicted person
the opportunity to introduce new evidence and present testimony that was not presented at the original trial.  This is how DNA
evidence is submitted for sentence reconsideration long after the appellate time limits have terminated or witnesses that come
forward years later.  Give Daniel Whitehead Law Offices an opportunity to review your conviction and perhaps you will get that
chance you did not receive your first trip though the criminal justice system.
Post Conviction Relief  (also known as a PCR) is a special
process used in Indiana that is similar to the appellate
process but allows a person who has been convicted to
challenge their conviction before the Indiana Court of Appeals
and the Indiana Supreme Court.  Typically a PCR is not
done until your appellate remedies have been consumed but
it is not always necessary.  Recently in the news in Fishers,
Indiana, Charlie White, convicted of voter fraud among other
things, filed for Post Conviction Relief on March 15, 2013,
when the Indiana Court of Appeals granted his Emergency
Petition to Stay Direct Appeal.   This allowed Charlie White
to by pass the appellate process and use PCR rules instead.
 When we have had an opportunity to review your case, we
will pour over the facts of your case, look for errors in
procedure and errors in law, and be able to advise you of
your options in Court.
Other ways that Post Conviction Relief is different than an
appeal start in that a PCR is first filed in the original trial
court. Unlike an appeal, a PCR gives the convicted person
the opportunity to introduce new evidence and present testimony that was not presented at the original trial.  This is how DNA
evidence is submitted for sentence reconsideration long after the appellate time limits have terminated or witnesses that come
forward years later.  Give Daniel Whitehead Law Offices an opportunity to review your conviction and perhaps you will get that
chance you did not receive your first trip though the criminal justice system.
Post Conviction Relief (PCR):
Daniel K. Whitehead, Attorney at Law
You MUST act quickly to file an appeal with the Indiana Court of Appeals.  Waiting too long can prevent you from protecting your
rights to having your wrongful conviction overturned.  Because the time needed to prepare and file an appeal is intensive, waiting for
the last moment to decide who will handle the appeal may be detrimental to your case.  Daniel Whitehead understands the
importance of filing a timely appeal and having wrongful convictions overturned.   If you feel like your case was not handled correctly,
that you had ineffective counsel, that evidence was submitted improperly, or that you have been wrongfully convicted, get in touch
with the office as soon as possible so we may begin to protect your rights and your future.  You do not need to be from Anderson
Indiana to hire Daniel Whitehead Law Offices either.  Dan and Chris help indviduals from all over the state.  Whether you are in the
comfort of your own home, on house arrest, or at the Pendleton Reformatory Prison, you can rest assure that you do not need to
come into the office to begin the appellate process.
You MUST act quickly to file an appeal with the
Indiana Court of Appeals.  Waiting too long can
prevent you from protecting your rights to having your
wrongful conviction overturned.  Because the time
needed to prepare and file an appeal is intensive,
waiting for the last moment to decide who will handle
the appeal may be detrimental to your case.  Daniel
Whitehead understands the importance of filing a
timely appeal and having wrongful convictions
overturned.   If you feel like your case was not
handled correctly, that you had ineffective counsel,
that evidence was submitted improperly, or that you
have been wrongfully convicted, get in touch with the
office as soon as possible so we may begin to
protect your rights and your future.  You do not need
to be from Anderson Indiana to hire Daniel Whitehead
Law Offices either.  Dan and Chris help indviduals
from all over the state.  Whether you are in the
comfort of your own home, on house arrest, or at the
Pendleton Reformatory Prison, you can rest assure
that you do not need to come into the office to begin
the appellate process.
Post Conviction Relief  (also known as a PCR) is a special process used in Indiana that is similar to the appellate process but
allows a person who has been convicted to challenge their conviction before the Indiana Court of Appeals and the Indiana Supreme
Court.  Typically a PCR is not done until your appellate remedies have been consumed but it is not always necessary.  Recently in
the news in Fishers, Indiana, Charlie White, convicted of voter fraud among other things, filed for Post Conviction Relief on March 15,
2013, when the Indiana Court of Appeals granted his Emergency Petition to Stay Direct Appeal.   This allowed Charlie White to by
pass the appellate process and use PCR rules instead.  When we have had an opportunity to review your case, we will pour over the
facts of your case, look for errors in procedure and errors in law, and be able to advise you of your options in Court.
Other ways that Post Conviction Relief is different than an appeal start in that a PCR is first filed in the original trial court. Unlike an
appeal, a PCR gives the convicted person the opportunity to introduce new evidence and present testimony that was not presented
at the original trial.  This is how DNA evidence is submitted for sentence reconsideration long after the appellate time limits have
terminated or witnesses that come forward years later.  Give Daniel Whitehead Law Offices an opportunity to review your conviction
and perhaps you will get that chance you did not receive your first trip though the criminal justice system.
Post Conviction Relief  (also known as a PCR) is a
special process used in Indiana that is similar to the
appellate process but allows a person who has been
convicted to challenge their conviction before the
Indiana Court of Appeals and the Indiana Supreme
Court.  Typically a PCR is not done until your
appellate remedies have been consumed but it is not
always necessary.  Recently in the news in Fishers,
Indiana, Charlie White, convicted of voter fraud
among other things, filed for Post Conviction Relief
on March 15, 2013, when the Indiana Court of
Appeals granted his Emergency Petition to Stay
Direct Appeal.   This allowed Charlie White to by
pass the appellate process and use PCR rules
instead.  When we have had an opportunity to review
your case, we will pour over the facts of your case,
look for errors in procedure and errors in law, and be
able to advise you of your options in Court.
Other ways that Post Conviction Relief is different
than an appeal start in that a PCR is first filed in the
original trial court. Unlike an appeal, a PCR gives the
convicted person the opportunity to introduce new
evidence and present testimony that was not
presented at the original trial.  This is how DNA
evidence is submitted for sentence reconsideration
long after the appellate time limits have terminated or
witnesses that come forward years later.  Give
Daniel Whitehead Law Offices an opportunity to
review your conviction and perhaps you will get that
chance you did not receive your first trip though the
criminal justice system.
Post Conviction Relief (PCR):
Post Conviction Relief (PCR):
Appeals:
CONTACT US AT:
Daniel Whitehead Law Offices
1003 Meridian Street
Anderson, IN 46016
Phone: 765.622.9768
Email: whitehead_law@sbcglobal.net
Copyright 2018 - Daniel K. Whitehead Law Offices
Site Design by
Randy Drennen