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Wrongfully Convicted?

Post-Conviction Relief & Criminal Appeals:

If you are a person who feels they have been wrongfully convicted, or are a family member or friend of the wrongfully convicted, unKAP-ed Legal can provide you with the most competent legal services around. We want to take the worry and stress off your plate and do what we know best—seek legal justice. unKAP-ed Legal has a remarkable track record in successfully fighting for justice in numerous cases. Do not let the justice system intimidate you. If you believe mistakes were made during your case or you were wrongfully convicted, now is the time to take action. Do not be afraid to question your conviction. Your future is at stake. Trust the skills of an experienced attorney at unKAP-ed Legal. At unKAP-ed Legal, our appeals attorney and practice founder, Krysten A. Pogue, is well-versed in appellate law for state crimes. Her entire client based practice is devoted to criminal appeals, sentence mitigation, and post-conviction relief. If you feel that you or a family member has been wrongfully convicted, or wasn’t given the justice they deserve and seek convenience, value, experience, and dedication: then you can trust the legal team at unKAP-ed Legal.

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Legal Experience You Can Count On

After excelling in law school as a research assistant, law review member, federal law clerk intern, and graduating with honors in the top five of her class at Saint Thomas University School of Law, Krysten A. Pogue, the founder of unKAP-ed Legal, PLLC, became an Assistant State Attorney for the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit. While working for the government, Krysten handled misdemeanor cases including: DUI, battery, stalking, possession of cannabis, criminal mischief, and driving offenses; as well as felony level crimes including: burglary, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon, armed trespassing, felony DUI, and leaving the scene of an accident with serious bodily injury. READ MORE >>

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