Writ of Habeas Corpus eBook

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Learn How to Petition for a Writ of Habeas Corpus in Attorney Fagan’s eBook

If you are held in contempt of court for violating a court order, such as a child custody or support agreement, then you may be at risk of going to jail. But if you believe a violation of due process has lead to your wrongful conviction, then you can petition for a writ of habeas corpus. A “violation in due process” could occur when your lawyer fails to accurately counsel you in court or if you discover new evidence that would’ve deemed you innocent.

Given the complexities and stakes involved in these matters, Attorney Fagan’s new eBook addresses some key topics for consideration, such as:

  • Knowing when to petition for a writ of habeas corpus
  • How to file the petition
  • Information to include in the petition
  • The costs and fees involved in the petitioning process
  • What to expect in the process
  • Types of evidence to use in your claim
  • What could happen if your claim is successful or unsuccessful

In his comprehensive guide to navigating your writ of habeas corpus claim, Attorney Fagan’s new eBook leaves no stone unturned. You can get a wealth of information and tips as you embark on the process. The eBook is should not be mistaken for legal advice, however, it can lay a solid foundation as you prepare to petition for a writ of habeas corpus.

You can download the eBook from our website at no cost. We hope Attorney Fagan’s eBook gives you the clarity you need to resolve this tough time in your life. As always, though, The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is just a phone call away if you need more information.

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