Texas Felony Cases
What Constitutes a Felony?
A felony is a serious criminal offense punishable by probation or imprisonment. These charges range from violent crimes to white-collar offenses, each carrying distinct implications. An attorney understanding felony charges is important to providing an effective legal defense.
All Felony Charges Handled
Felony cases start with state jail felony up to capital felony. A level below state jail is a Class A misdemeanor.
- State Jail Felony
- 3rd Degree Felony
- 2nd Degree Felony
- 1st Degree Felony
- Capitol Felony
Types of Felony Charges
- Violent Crimes:
- Property Crimes:
- Grand Theft
- Drug-Related Offenses:
- Possession with Intent
- White-Collar Crimes:
- Identity Theft
Possible Legal Effects of a Felony
Felony charges carry severe consequences, impacting various areas of an individual’s life. These include:
- Criminal Record: A felony conviction most likely results in a permanent record, affecting future employment opportunities and personal relationships.
- Loss of Rights: Certain rights, such as the right to vote or possess firearms, may be revoked upon a felony conviction.
- Imprisonment: Felony charges often lead to lengthy prison sentences, altering the course of one’s life dramatically.
Strong Defense Strategy
Hiring competent legal representation is the most important plan. I build an effective defense strategy tailored to the specifics of each case. It starts from our conversation.
Thoroughly investigating the details surrounding the alleged felony is imperative. I employ a meticulous approach, leaving no stone unturned investigating all evidence.
Negotiation Felony Cases
Navigating cases involves a delicate balance of negotiation and trial strategy. To secure a favorable outcome strategic negotiations are very important.
I focus my representation by experience and comprehend the complexities of these charges and give the best legal defense. For personalized assistance, call today. See home page for more information.