A felony is essentially a serious crime with more severe penalties than a misdemeanor. If you are under investigation for or are facing felony charges, it is crucial that you consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.
Farr & Bass, Attorneys at Law, offers experienced aggressive advocacy designed to defeat serious charges on behalf of our clients. As former prosecutors, we know when a plea bargain would be beneficial and when the best results would likely come from taking your case to trial. At every stage, we will remain attentive and aware of your individual concerns.
Call 631-588-4000 for an initial consultation with an experienced Long Island felony criminal defense lawyer or contact us by e-mail for more information about our criminal defense practice.
Strategic advocacy at every stage of the criminal process
One of the most important steps in your criminal defense is contacting an attorney as soon as possible. We will guide you through the process and answer your questions. We will also stand by your side through questioning so that you can avoid making incriminating statements or being subject to police officers attempting to manipulate or persuade you into answering questions without legal counsel present.
When you come to Farr & Bass, you can feel confident that your criminal defense attorney will be actively involved in your case from the arrest through arraignments, felony hearings, grand jury proceedings, pre-trial motions, plea bargaining and trial.
We know how to assess a case to determine the best course of action for your defense. With extensive experience handling complex investigations of serious felony crimes and their penalties, we can protect your rights while minimizing charges and consequences in your case.
We offer aggressive criminal defense of a wide range of felony charges, including:
- Assault or domestic violence
- Possession or manufacture of child pornography
- Drug conspiracy and drug trafficking
- Armed/aggravated robbery
- Weapons offenses
Penalties for felony criminal conviction
Felonies can range from type A to E depending on the seriousness of the crime. Charges and penalties will vary depending on the seriousness of the crime and the recommended sentence for each conviction. If you have prior felony convictions, your penalties will be increased.
- "A" Violent Felony: Life, 20-25 years
- "B" Violent Felony: 5-25 years
- "B" Non-Violent Felony: 1-3 years Max 25
- "C" Violent Felony: 3 ТН to 15 years
- "C" Non-Violent Felony: No Jail, Probation, 1-2 years to 15 years
- "D" Violent Felony: 2-7 years
- "D" Non-Violent Felony: No Jail, Probation 1-3 to 7
- "E" Violent Felony: No Jail, Probation, 1 ТН to 4
- "E" Non-Violent Felony: No Jail, Probation 1 1/3 to 4
Contact a Suffolk County criminal conviction lawyer
Call 631-588-4000 or contact us by e-mail to discuss your case with an experienced Bohemia, Suffolk County criminal conviction attorney.
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