Post Conviction Relief Process
Post-Conviction Relief (PCR) is a legal remedy that allows convicted individuals to challenge their criminal convictions and/or sentences after the direct appeal process has been exhausted. PCR proceedings are based on the premise that there may have been a violation of the convicted individual's constitutional rights or other legal errors that resulted in an unfair trial or sentencing.
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PCR can take many forms, depending on the specific legal issues raised by the convicted individual. For example, Post Conviction Relief Process may involve filing a motion for a new trial based on newly discovered evidence, arguing that the original trial was tainted by juror misconduct, or challenging the constitutionality of a law or sentencing guideline.