Felony Criminal Defense Attorney
Do you face felony charges?
Because of their serious nature, felony charges should be carefully managed by a criminal defense attorney from our law firm. We can help you avoid stiff penalties. Filed in a large number of criminal arrests, felony charges include drug crimes, violent crimes, white-collar crimes, domestic violence, weapons crimes, theft crimes, and juvenile crimes to list a few. If someone you care about faces felony charges, choosing proper representation is of the utmost importance. You can choose from thousands of eligible attorneys but what you really need is one with experience and a proven defense record handling serious felony charges in court. Our unwavering legal assistance can be your greatest asset when being accused of a felony offense.
Felony crimes in California carry harsh penalties for felony convictions. A third conviction can bring 25 years to life in prison for those with a prior record of criminal activity. We are familiar with the fear and stress that the accused face and are willing to do everything we can to get the matter moving in a positive direction. We are adamant about protecting the rights of those who have been accused from the instant they are arrested.
If contacted by a federal or state law enforcement agency, it is important not to answer any questions without a member of our legal team present to protect your rights. Frequently, questioning precedes an arrest. In the absence of a lawyer, your statements might be misconstrued. If you believe you may be under investigation for a felony offense please contact us immediately.
Our many years of experience have allowed us to build relationships that we can leverage on behalf of our clients. Let us collect the details of your case and develop a defense strategy that seeks to avoid harsh punishments.
Counties Where We Practice Felony Criminal Defense
- Contra Costa County
- El Dorado County
- Placer County
- Sacramento County
- Solano County
- Sutter County
- Yolo County
- Yuba County
Criminal Defense Legal News
Keep in mind that if you are ever arrested for a crime, you are protected under some of the amendments to the United States Constitution. You do have the right to remain silent, and you have the right to legal counsel. You have the right to be told of the charges...
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