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A Felony is typically defined as a crime for which the penalty is over one-year of incarceration. Not only do Felony charges carry substantial jail or prison time, they have an even longer lasting effect on your criminal record and employment opportunities. If you are currently facing any felony charges, please do not hesitate to contact the Office. Some Felony charges include:

  • Operating While Intoxicated
  • Fleeing and Eluding Police
  • Vehicular Offenses
  • Unlawful Use of Motor Vehicle (UDAA)
  • Drugs, Narcotics, Analogues Charges
  • Assault Charges
  • Malicious Destruction of Property
  • Weapons Charges
  • Embezzlement
  • Larceny
  • Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property
  • Retail Fraud
  • Carrying Concealed Weapons (CCW)

Client found NOT GUILTY of Drug Possession by Jury!

Client was accused of being in possession of controlled substances under 25 grams. He was captured on surveillance video and the video showed Client holding his backpack and the controlled substance falling directly out of his backpack. Client was interrogated by police regarding the incident and later charged with the felony offense of drug possession. Client pled Not Guilty to the charges and demanded a trial by jury.

The case proceeded to jury trial and the jury found him NOT GUILTY!

Result: Not Guilty!

People v. Client

Client was employed with a large corporation. While he was working for the company, he essentially took thousands of dollars from the company and put the money to personal use. The felony charges were actually filed quite some time after the incidents occurred so the client was working for different company when the case went to court. If the client was convicted of the felony charge, he could have faced up to 5 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. More importantly, if he was convicted, he would have lost his new job. After numerous negotiations with the prosecution, the prosecution agreed to reduce the felony charge to a misdemeanor.

Result: Client kept the felony off of his record and saved his job!

People v. Client

Client was arrested by the Sheriff’s Department for Receiving and Concealing Stolen Property. If convicted, Client was facing jail time and thousands of dollars in fines. Client pled not guilty and exercised his right to a jury trial. Several witnesses and a police officer testified at trial. At the end of the trial, the jury acquitted the client of all charges.

Result: Not Guilty!

People v. Client

Client was arrested and charged with two very serious Assault crimes. If convicted, Client was facing up to life in prison for the charged offenses. Client pled not guilty to the charges throughout all court proceedings. After extensive work and negotiations on the case, all charges were completely dismissed.

Result: All charges dismissed!

People v. Client

Client was arrested by police after crashing his vehicle into a telephone pole. The allegations were that the client was under the influence and that he was driving away from the police when they tried to pull him over. Client was arrested and taken into police custody. After a blood draw, the Client’s blood came back over the legal limit. Client was eventually charged with OWI and Felony Fleeing and Eluding. After extensive work and negotiations, we were able to have the felony charges reduced to a misdemeanor so the client could save his job.

Result: All Felony Charges Reduced to a Misdemeanor!

People v. Client

Client was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance. In fact, the client was actually caught with a large amount of cocaine and was facing delivery charges. During extensive negotiations with the prosecutor and judge, we were able to work out a plea agreement where the client would stay out of jail and that his record would remain clean.

Result: Client stayed out of jail and his record remained clean!

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