Criminal Defense for Felony Crimes

You Deserve a Skilled & Experienced Felony Defense Team!

The potential of a felony conviction scares the heck out of almost anyone.  Are you alleged to have committed a felony crime?  If convicted, you're almost certainly looking at a prison sentence of at least one year.  Likely longer.

Common Felony Charges

Murder

Robbery

Manslaughter

Child Sexual Abuse

Possession of Narcotics

Theft of a Motor Vehicle

First- And Second-Degree Assault

Sexual Assault and Other Sex Crimes

Possession of Narcotics with Intent to Sell

Second or Subsequent DUI

Kidnapping

Arson

In addition to the prison time you could be looking at, there is a lifetime of barriers...

Common Issues Associated with Felony Conviction

Liability for Damages

Loss of Voting Rights

Loss of Firearm Rights

Employment Barriers

Loss of Scholarship(s)

Having a Criminal Record

Restrictions on Where You Can Live

Restrictions on Who You May Association With

The point is that if you're facing a felony, you need to treat the case seriously and avoid a conviction, if possible. Don't make the mistake of thinking this will go away, or it's an easy fight simply because "you didn't do it." Or the claims of a prosecutor aren't entirely true. Don't take chances with your future, and don't expect others to see it the same way you do.

A felony conviction will impact the rest of your life.

You need an experienced, reputable criminal defense team that knows what's on the line and knows how to fight on your behalf. That's us!  We practice an innovative team-based approach to felony defense law that leverages the combined knowledge, skills, and support of Gravis Law, PLLC for your defense.

However, first, we must talk about your situation.  Fill out the form below or call us at the number above and let's get to work on your case

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