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Felony convictions can result in serious consequences, the best time to get legal representation is RIGHT NOW!
Types of Felonies
Felonies range from drug “crimes” to financial crimes to serious assaults and worse. The lowest level charges can sometimes be kept off your record with a conditional discharge. The more serious the charge gets, the less likely this is.
How to Fight a Felony
There are many ways to fight a felony charge, all involve detailed preparation. Felony cases often have substantial discovery: police reports, body camera footage, witness statements, forensic testing, etc. All discovery must be reviewed in detail to find all the flaws in the prosecution’s case, and determine the best course of action for you.
Because the consequences can be so severe, you should expect to work closely with your attorney in preparing your case.
Important Things to Know
1) Going to court can feel like David versus Goliath, hire a fighter to be on your side.
2) A police officer’s only job is to collect evidence against you, not find the truth, and that’s a big difference. In a felony case it is the jury’s job to find the truth.
3) Felony convictions can carry serious consequences, don’t try to handle them on your own, and don’t pretend that ignoring a felony charge will make it go away, get help now.
What to Expect From My Firm
1) A Fighter: you deserve a lawyer who will fight for your interests as hard as legally possible.
2) Clarity and Prompt Communication: you will always know where your case stands, and will receive regular updates on case status.
3) Confidentiality: you are entitled to the full benefit of attorney-client privilege.
4) Fairness: You will never be treated differently on the basis of race, national origin, creed, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, or disability.
The Law Office of Gregory Wilson handles felony charges from class I (e.g., possession of cocaine) to class E (e.g., sale of marijuana on school property).