After a conviction, all defendants in a criminal action have the right to appeal, see Tex. Crim. Proc. Code Art. 44.02. Appeals are generally based on objections to the admission of evidence, for factual or legal insufficiency of evidence or fundamental error of the trial court.
If they lose on appeal, criminal defendants may file a writ of habeas corpus (in Texas) or a 2255 motion (federal), in an attempt to show their constitutional rights were violated.
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