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Being charged with a felony is a big deal

On Behalf of | Mar 31, 2017 | White Collar Crimes |

Let’s face it: Being charged with any type of crime is a big deal. This is particularly true of a felony.

If you find yourself in this position, it’s imperative to focus on the finer details of your arrest. For example, you need to know the crimes you’ve been charged with. Along with this, it’s important to turn your attention to your legal rights and the steps you can take to protect yourself from the most serious of consequences.

Some examples of a felony include:

— Weapons crimes

— Homicide or murder

— Assault and battery (first or second degree)

— Burglary and robbery

— Felony drug possession

— Sexual assault

There are times when a person is charged with a felony because he or she made a serious mistake. There are also times when a person is charged with a felony because they have been falsely accused.

At our law firm, we never want our clients to feel like they are alone. We know that being charged with a felony is scary. We also know that there are steps you can take to defend yourself in court and hopefully avoid the most serious punishment.

If you have been charged with any type of felony, don’t panic. Instead, learn more about the charge and the laws that are in place in your state. Along with this, don’t wait to consult with a legal professional. When you do these things, you will feel better about the steps you can take in the near future to clear the air and get your life back on track.


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