The Law Office of Jeffrey Rich, your Tampa Felony Attorneys
Having an experienced Tampa felony attorney is essential if you are charged with a felony. There are many jobs that require licensing by the State of Florida. Being a convicted felon could cause you to become ineligible for those licenses, and therefore ineligible for those jobs. Additionally, if convicted of a felony in Florida, you lose many of your civil rights including your right to serve on a jury, to run for public office, to own a firearm, and your right to vote.
Felony cases like Florida drug possession are the most complicated and serious crimes in the state and should be handled by an experienced Tampa felony lawyer. The government saves its most experienced and decorated prosecutors to handle felony cases. It is important that you retain a Florida felony attorney who has the experience and knowledge to challenge these prosecutors. Make sure to hire a felony defense attorney in Tampathat not only knows the legal implications of the allegation against you, but also the practical consequences. Learn how being accused of drug possession will affect your license.
A felony is a crime which is punishable by the possibility of more than one year imprisonment in the Florida department of corrections. The degree of felony will dictate the maximum possible sentence.
MAXIMUM FELONY SENTENCES
- Capital Felony: death or life imprisonment with no parole
- Life Felony: Life in prison
- Felony in the First Degree: 30 years
- Felony in the Second Degree: 15 years
Contact our Tampa felony defense attorney's office now for a free consultation at 813-251-3330. We’re here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
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