A felony conviction could have a serious impact upon your life. The loss of your civil rights will include your right to vote, your ability to sit on a jury, and your right to own, use, or possess a firearm.

Convicted felons are often prohibited from employment in occupations involving the handling of money or valuables. A felony crime conviction can also be a significant stumbling block if you later decide to pursue a professional field of employment, such as medicine, nursing, teaching, real estate, financial services, or the practice of law.

In the State of Florida the degrees of felony crimes include:

3rd degree felony: punishable by up to a $5,000 fine, five (5) years prison and/or probation;

2nd degree felony: punishable by up to a $10,000 fine, fifteen (15) years prison and/or probation;

1st degree felony: punishable by up to $15,000 fine, thirty (30) years prison and/or probation.

We will inform you of your legal rights, examine all evidence against you, as well as evidence that supports your claim of innocence, and inform you of your best possible defense strategy. We will diligently work on your behalf to get the charges dropped, reduced, obtain probation instead of jail or prison time, and when necessary, use every available legal resource while aggressively representing you at trial.

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