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I was convicted of a felony and a misdemeanor for 1 single act. I had a public defender and therefore was allowed to get an appeal attorney at no cost (unless I lose). The appellate attorney feels there is a good chance to win at appeal but advises that result would likely be a vacation of misdemeanor conviction and nothing more. Also, she advises that if I lose the appeal, cost to me will likely be in the $4K neighborhood.
I have 3 previous misdemeanors and I'm starting to wonder if risk is worth potential benefit?Also, case is "set for motion calendar" with Court of Appeals. What does that mean?