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Being charged and convicted of a felony in Florida can have serious consequences. Depending on what you have been charged with and the circumstances of your crime, you could be sentenced to years in prison or even face the death penalty.
If you have been charged with a felony, you need to speak to a lawyer right away, one who understands how the legal system works in Florida and knows how to get results. You need to talk to Aguilar & Sieron.
Florida criminal defense lawyer Mark Sieron, has been helping people charged with serious crimes for decades. A former prosecutor, Mark Sieron knows how to tackle tough cases and produce positive results. Contact our law firm 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to find out how we can help you.
What is a felony?
A felony is any criminal charge in Florida with a minimum prison sentence of more than one year in prison. The minimum fine for most felony convictions in Florida is also often at least $1,000. The maximum jail sentence and fines for Florida felony convictions are:
- Third Degree Felony - Maximum 5-year jail sentence, maximum $5,000 fine.
- Second Degree Felony - Maximum 15-year jail sentence, maximum $10,000 fine.
- First Degree Felony - Maximum 30-year jail sentence, maximum $10,000 fine.
- Life Felony - 40 years to life in prison, maximum $15,000 fine.
- Capital Felony - Death penalty or life in prison with no parole.
Types of Felony Charges
Florida felony charges cover a wide range. Common felony charges we handle at our law firm include:
- Violent Crimes
- Serious Sex Crimes
- Grand Theft
Whatever type of felony charge you're dealing with, make sure you contact a felony lawyer as soon as possible. We want to work with you and address your charges right away.
How We Can Help You
A Florida felony conviction can change your life forever. All convicted felons lose their civil rights, including the right to vote and the right to possess a firearm. That's why it's critical that you meet with us as soon as possible. We can fight your felony charge in many different ways. Some of the most common ways we can help you include:
- Analyzing your arrest report for inconsistencies
- Speaking to law enforcement officials on your behalf
- Negotiating with prosecutors for a lesser penalty
- Requesting to have your charges dismissed
- Appearing for you in court
- Consulting with experts before or during your trial
- Taking your case to trial, if necessary
Felony charges must be taken seriously right from the start. That's why we're prepared to do the work that needs to be done to investigate your felony charge and prepare your case for trial if necessary. We know what's at stake and we will not rest until we make things right. Contact Aguilar & Sieron right now.