Felony Defense Attorney in Jacksonville
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Felonies are the most serious level of criminal offenses in the state of
Florida. Although these crimes can vary widely, they all pose substantial,
life-altering penalties, including a minimum of 1 year in a state prison.
Felony convictions can also disrupt your personal and professional life,
and make it difficult to overcome harsh societal views on convicted felonies.
For all of these reasons, anyone facing a felony charge should be intent
on working with a seasoned criminal defense lawyer.
If you have been charged with a felony, or if you have a loved one currently
facing felony allegations, you can be confident about placing your trust
in a Jacksonville criminal defense attorney from Owenby Law, P.A. Our
team of dedicated defense lawyers goes the extra mile to guide clients
through the criminal justice system and craft defense strategies that
help them pursue the best possible resolution.
Reasons to Work with Owenby Law
- Attorneys with Decades of Collective Experience
- Thousands of Cases Handled Successfully
- Available and Accessible to Clients
- Aggressive & Resourceful Defense Strategies
Our firm values personal attention and legal guidance, something you simply
can’t find at the Public Defender’s office, and we leverage
experience, resources, and time to diligently tailor defense strategies
to their unique situations. To learn more about your charges and what
our firm can do to help,
contact us for a FREE consultation.
Felony Cases we Handle
By leveraging our extensive experience protecting the rights and futures
of clients charged with all types of crimes, Owenby Law, P.A. is positioned
to provide the representation clients need in a range of felony cases,
Florida Felony Charges
Although felony offenses can vary in scope and nature, Florida uses a system
to classify felonies based on their seriousness and the imposed penalties.
Under Florida Statute § 775.081 – 775.083, these include:
- Third-Degree Felony – Fines up to $5,000 and up to 5 years imprisonment
- Second-Degree Felony – Fines up to $10,000 and up to 15 years imprisonment
- First-Degree Felony – Fines up to $10,000 and up to 30 years imprisonment.
- Life & Capital Felony – Life sentence or death
In addition to considerable terms of imprisonment, having a felony on your
criminal record can have tremendous collateral consequences. A felony
conviction can limit employment opportunities or preclude a person entirely
from a profession. They can also restrict your ability to vote, serve
on a jury, receive certain public benefits, or own a firearm. For non-citizens,
a felony can also be grounds for immigration consequences and deportation.
Don’t Wait to Make the Most Important Call You Can
Owenby Law, P.A. fields multiples offices throughout the region in order
to better serve local residents. After being charged with a crime, taking
immediate action and bringing your case the attention of our team by visiting
our office, calling, or contacting us online can be the most important
decision you make. Swift action enables our team to begin working immediately
on your case, conduct investigations, explore options, and cultivate a
defense strategy designed to help you secure the best outcome possible
– whether that means a case dismissal, reduction in charges, or
mitigation of penalties.
Don’t wait to make the most important call you can.
Our Jacksonville criminal defense lawyers are standing by to help.
Contact us for a FREE consultation.