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You should contact an attorney who regularly handles appeals so he or she can review the record and determine what should be done.
My old Austin friend Sam Bassett is correct. You need to be talking with a lawyer who handles criminal appeals.
You also would be within the bounds of what is acceptable client behavior to drop by the office of the lawyer who will not return your calls and ask to speak with him or her, and if refused, ask for an appointment to do that. When doing so, please remember that one gets farther being businesslike and calm that when one goes in with a confrontational attitude.
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