Felony charges can result in a lengthy prison or jail sentence, hefty fines and restitution, and other penalties. Many people charged with a felony are unsure of how to proceed. We are here to help answer any questions you have as we provide you with the best possible legal defense to your felony charges.
In legal terms, a felony is a crime punishable by death or imprisonment in a state penitentiary for more than one year. But just as not all felonies are equally severe, nor are felony penalties the same. The penalties for felony crimes vary depending on the circumstances of each case. Getting charged with a felony can also mean losing years of your life to jail time, fines, and more, not to mention the shame and embarrassment that comes with being convicted.
However, due to the severe nature of felonies and the severity of their consequences, it is imperative to retain a skilled trial attorney who can educate you on your rights, thoroughly investigate the allegations made against you, obtain evidence favorable to your case that the investigating officers may have missed, and defend you in court with tenacity and aggressiveness.
Don’t know where to start yet? It is necessary to find yourself a highly experienced criminal defense lawyer who will help you navigate through better. Speaking with an experienced assault attorney will explain to you the available options and assist you in getting the best possible outcome.
For any charges that need an attorney to help, reach us on 520-510-0439, 177 North Church Avenue, Suite 600, or send us a mail at [email protected]. Our crime attorneys in Arizona and Tucson are dedicated to helping clients achieve the best possible outcomes in their cases. We do this by negotiating with the government, preparing for trial, and litigating motions to suppress evidence. Assault is a serious crime that could result in jail time and other penalties. Let us help you avoid these consequences as much as possible.
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