Cleveland Judicial Release Attorney
Ohio law allows most incarcerated clients to request an early release through a Motion for Judicial Release to the trial court that presided over his/her sentencing. Clients do not have a right to judicial release. The decision whether to grant or deny a judicial release lies squarely on the trial judge. The amount of sentence a client must serve prior to filing the Motion is dependent on the charges and the length of the sentence imposed.
Are You Eligible for This Form of Post-Conviction Relief?
Because Judicial Release is discretionary, the legal argument is simple once we determine that a client is eligible. Accordingly, we focus on developing a unique narrative for each client.
Our objective is twofold:
- First, we have developed a judicial release process designed to assist clients in developing their release plans and establishing multi-level support systems. We know that no judge will release an incarcerated client early if he or she does not demonstrate that they are prepared to replace patterns of bad choices with plans for productive citizenship.
- Second, we want to present our clients’ requests in a way that detaches them from the stigma of conviction and incarceration that prevent a fair assessment of their rehabilitation.
Jaimee is an inspired advocate for clients seeking early release. She works closely with clients on Patituce & Associates’ judicial release docket to gather institutional records, support letters, and client perspectives that assist Kim in the filing successful requests for Judicial Release requests.
Please contact Kimberly Kendall Corral at Patituce & Associates if you would like to discuss opportunity and eligibility for Judicial Release.
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